Caroline Tran Photography via Brooklyn Bride If you've done your research and hired a great photographer, chances are you'll be wowed when viewing your wedding photos for the first time. But, not everyone is comfortable in front of the camera, which can lead to the subject looking like ...

Special to OneWed from wedding photographer Jonathon Smith on behalf of Blurb. 1. Remember the detail shots Don’t forget the detail shots for your wedding book. Think about things like the bouquet, something borrowed something blue, the back of the wedding dress, the rings, etc. These might be that ...

Ask the Experts is our weekly column where real couples get their questions about weddings and wedding planning answered. If you have a question for our panel of experts, write asktheexperts@onewed.com This week, a bride writes: My fiancé brought up a good question while we were at my ...

Special feature by Jennifer Angeloro of Jennifer Angeloro Photography. Since our company is located in Fort Myers, Florida, by the Gulf of Mexico, we photograph a lot of beach weddings. If you are planning a beach wedding on a west coast beach, here are a couple of important helpful tips ...

If you want to make my mother cry, ask to see her wedding photos. She doesn’t have any. A family friend took them, something went wrong… now, over 45 years later she’s still upset about it. I don’t want that to happen to you, so I talked ...

Your destination wedding might be in the southern reaches of Latin America, an exhilarating metropolitan setting like Paris, or as near as the backyard where you grew up. Finding an experienced destination photographer who suits your unique needs can be the key to capturing it all. Each couple chooses their ...