Planning a Boston church wedding? Then you’re in luck! Your ceremony is surrounded by amazing architecture in a sacred space that will make your photos come to life.
Many couples don’t realize how much a professional photographer can add to their memories until they take their first look at all those beautiful photographs. It’s an honor for me when I get asked by an engaged couple if I would photograph their Boston Church wedding. What I love about my job is making sure that each couple has the memorable moments preserved in pictures that will last forever.
Here are some tips on choosing a Boston church wedding photographer:
- Different times of day will have different qualities of light. Be sure your wedding photographer is prepared and experienced with natural as well as artificial light
- Sometimes it’s helpful to have two photographers in a Boston church wedding because it minimizes the amount of running around that one photographer has to do. Therefore, your Boston church wedding photography team will be less distracting and less intrusive.
- Inform your photographer of what the restrictions are. For Catholic weddings, going up on the alter is a no-no, but going up in the balcony with the organist might be okay. For Sikh weddings, covering up knees and shoulders might be required.
Boston wedding photographer Nicole Chan will create photographs that will help you remember your church wedding – whether in a chapel, church, cathedral, or other sacred space