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Wedding photo poses?

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weddingsparkle Fri 01-Jun-18 20:22:33

Anyone got any good suggestions for wedding photo poses for just Dh and I together?

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Cliveybaby Sat 02-Jun-18 12:12:59

?? not sure I understand the question...
Surely the old "standing next to each other, angled slightly inwards" is a classic?

weddingsparkle Sat 02-Jun-18 14:38:59

Yeah but was wondering if anyone had any helpful suggestions or photos of poses they've used that look nice.

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Lonecatwithkitten Mon 04-Jun-18 11:23:59

A good photographer will make suggestions as to how to get the right photo. Look at their previous work to see if it is the look you are after.

RebeccaCloud9 Wed 06-Jun-18 10:49:11

Look on Pinterest.

weddingsparkle Wed 06-Jun-18 21:57:05

Thanks that is so helpful hmm

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RebeccaCloud9 Mon 11-Jun-18 11:14:35

If you're referring to me why is that not helpful? You want ideas and examples of pictures- you'll find loads there.

ObiJuanKenobi Mon 11-Jun-18 11:25:40

Well you sound a delight

bruffin Mon 11-Jun-18 11:26:00

this may be helpful

ObiJuanKenobi Mon 11-Jun-18 11:27:48

wink

FreeMantle Mon 11-Jun-18 17:28:59

Obi. grin

All people look good in some poses, some people look good in all poses and posers look like people...or something.

Or maybe don't pose and leave your guests twiddling their thumbs.Just have nice natural shots as stuff happens.

weddingsparkle Mon 11-Jun-18 17:33:57

Disgusting

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Mummagump Sat 23-Jun-18 20:54:25

OP I have seen some where the couple are on a large swing together and another where they’re laying on the ground up at the sky into the camera lens.

We only found out by looking through ours 4 mths after the event that a wishing well was in the grounds so have a good scout around your venue.

LoveInTokyo Sun 24-Jun-18 18:35:13

Obi, we are actually getting one of those novelty dinosaur ones.

grin

OP, does your photographer offer a package which includes a pre-wedding photo shoot? Doing that might help you feel more relaxed.

If your photographer is any good they will tell you how to stand, but you could always practise poses in the mirror so you know your best angles etc.

Justmuddlingalong Sun 24-Jun-18 18:37:29

Your photographer will guide you. Don't think of it as posing. Just think of it as you and DH being together.

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