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10 Wedding Shots You Don't Know To Ask Your Photographer For--But Absolutely Must

March 25, 2013 by Allison Micarelli-Sokoloff
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Open any bridal magazine and you’re bound to find an article on the must-take shots for your wedding album. Flip through any wedding photographer’s portfolio and you’ll see the same list: the ceremonial kiss, the first dance, the wedding cake, the gorgeous gown. Heck, we even doled out the top 10 shots you’ve got to have your photography take (which is still a good place to start), but beyond this basic list are the moments you really want your photographer to capture. Ones that only an experienced professional knows to shoot, of moments you’ll want to remember long after the honeymoon is over. These are the photographs that you won’t even notice she’s taking because you’re so in-the-moment, but are the first ones to get framed and shared on Facebook and sent to loved ones.

Click through the slideshow above to find out what they are.

[Photo: Brian Dorsey Studios]

 

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