Indian Weddings are those times where traditions, rituals, ceremonies, and emotions all run together at the same time. Amidst this hullabaloo, the feeling of 'being married' often gets difficult for the couple to sink in. This is the reason why many couples are opting for a pre-wedding photoshoot.


A pre-wedding photoshoot is nothing but a short photo session with a pre-booked wedding photographer to capture the couple's celebration of their new beginnings. It is usually done approximately three to four months prior to the official wedding date.


Earlier, pre-wedding photoshoots were a rare luxury event but nowadays many modern couples are realizing the importance of capturing their precious moments way before they get hitched for life. A pre-wedding photoshoot has somewhat become an essential to-do list for many couples before their wedding day.


Being a wedding photographer if you are still in doubt about whether you should take up pre-wedding photography then the below key benefits will encourage you to take one up and you could add a new service to your photography business.


Helps to Build Rapport

No wonder how difficult it would be for you to direct the couple to give a particular pose. As you must be meeting them for the first time on their wedding day. To avoid such awkwardness a pre-wedding photoshoot can be a great option to build the much needed communication and rapport with the to be wed couples. Pre-wedding photography gives you the time & energy to know more about the couple and even their extended family as well.


Guides on which Photography Style will Suit the Best

Once you see the pre-wedding photos, you can decide on the angles, positions, and poses that seems the best for the couple. This gives you an idea about the different styles of photography you can go for on the wedding day. Be it candid, portrait, magazine, or something else.


Pre-wedding shoot will help you to save your time and act more on the actual wedding day in capturing the best shots. Today's wedding photographers focus more on capturing the intricate details of wedding rituals and other processions.


Get Additional Photos to Add it to the Wedding Album

A pre-wedding photoshoot is often done either to take good pictures of togetherness or to show it to the world the love story of the couple. Such kind of photoshoot allows both partners to get to know each other without the hassles of heavy wedding attires, makeup, jewelleries and can be the way they are.


Pre-wedding photography allows you to take some candid natural moments, expressions, and real emotions without the disturbance of annoying guest and their umpteen number of selfies. Such pictures you can add it to your wedding album design to make it more vibrant and give a new twist to it.


Impress your Customers more with Special Gifts

Pre-wedding photoshoots provide you with a number of stunning images in different styles. This can be a great way for you as a wedding photographer to do more for your customers.


You can impress your customers by gifting them a photo collage made up of these images which can be used as a wall decor and a memory for them to cherish for a lifetime. A photobook or a congratulatory greeting card with a personalized message will make your customer happy and would remember your sweet gesture and excellent services.


You can even gift them a separate pre-wedding album consisting of their lovable moments to cherish those memories for a lifetime. Make your pre-wedding album very innovative and unique using only the Album Xpress software. With Album Xpress you can design a pre-wedding album page in just 2 minutes and that's not all your entire album gets ready quickly with its auto album design feature.


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So these were the benefits that are enough to encourage you to take up pre-wedding photography. Apart from all the benefits a Pre-wedding photoshoot also allows you to explore more with your creativity and unleash new skills which you can add to your services to grow your photography business.

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