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Local photographer, James Matthews gives his top tips on how to pick a photographer.
"Having your picture taken can be a frightening experience. If you're feeling anxious, try calming your nerves with some prosecco.
"If you aren't comfortable around your supplier, then you're going to feel uneasy on the day. Do your homework and book someone you like.
"Traditional photographers take posed portraits. The quality is usually superb, but this will involve a lot of posing and co-operation from you. If that doesn't sound like your cup of tea, then opt for a documentary photographer. They blend in as much as possible and have minimal interaction with your guests.
"Consider a pre-wedding shoot. This will help break the ice, and by the time your big day comes around, you'll feel more relaxed."
To find out more, visit www.eyes2me.photography
Unlike a national magazine, Your South Wales Wedding is packed with area specific features, venues in your area, inspirational real weddings and regular features on bridal fashion, beauty, photography, cars, stationery, flowers, cakes, music, entertainment, catering, hair & beauty, etc.
So when you decide to look for local suppliers, wedding retailers and service providers, our magazines can really help you plan your wedding.
We also have regular exciting competitions and giveaways, expert question & answer pages and lots more. Quite simply, all the information you will ever need to get married in your area.
We have 19 wedding titles covering counties and regions throughout most of England and Wales. Your South Wales Wedding is available to download for free as a high quality eMagazine. Titles covering other areas are available here