There are an infinite number of possible wedding photography poses. When you interview photographers you are going to want to ask if they have a certain photo list, photographs they generally take at every wedding. You should find out if the list is set in stone or if items can be taken off or added on.
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Find out how many photographs will be taken, how many of these are formal or posed and how many are candid shots. Will every shot be on the list or will your photography or his or her assistant take additional shots as they see them happening. All weddings are different and you want to make sure that you have interesting photos taken which may not be on a predetermined list.
Even though most wedding photographers already have a list to work from it is a good idea to know what type of pictures you want taken. Here is a list of possible wedding photography poses. Talk it over with your fiancé and photographer and see if there are any additional shots on this list that is not on the photographers that you want added.
There are so many more pictures that can be taken, but these were some of our favorite wedding photography poses. There may be some we have not mentioned that you want to take as well, add them to your list! Remember it is your day and you should take the pictures that you want, not just the ones the photographer suggests. These wedding photography poses are only a list to help you get started, ask your photographer for all shots you want in your wedding album!