Candid photos are the most impactful when you get a feeling of genuine emotion, whether in the form of joy, sadness, or anything in-between. Capturing honest feelings (and having it translate with a still image) is no easy task, especially if you are naturally a shy person and you and your soon-to-be-spouse don’t love the idea of a day-long camera interaction. To get an idea of how to take the best candid photos, we spoke to the experts on how to act natural when it comes to taking candid photographs of your own.
Embracing your surroundings (whether that’s the skyline of your chosen city, the natural landscape of your ceremony site, or the front lawn of a private residence), is one way our experts produce effortlessly candid photos. Capturing sparks of spontaneous interaction in front of your wedding’s unique setting will bring even more magic to your day of photographs. From getting ready with your bridesmaids to the final moments of your after-party, there are plenty of opportunities to create plenty of impromptu charm. If you’re looking for how to add even more touches of spontaneity to your wedding day album, then we suggest reading these tips from some of the best photographers in the industry, a lesson in never again having to pose for the camera.