Wedding Photography

Wedding Information

Your Mexico Beach wedding photography is much more than just another one of the many services associated with your wedding. It is the most important part of your wedding memories. The photographic story of your wedding day is really all that you will have long after the flowers have faded, long after you have celebrated your first anniversary and the cake topper is history, you will have beautiful, wonderful memories of your wedding day. By choosing to incorporate one of our elegant wedding albums, your memories will remain vivid and archived for future generations.

Wedding Photography Information

Your Wedding photography coverage options are linked to our various pricing and packages. I am very flexible with time frames and open to creating customized packages specifically to match your schedule on your wedding day. I arrive on site well ahead of scheduled times just to make sure that ample time is available for the placement and set up of equipment. I utilize an assistant at weddings. Once set up and the shooting of the formal portraits begins my assistant maintains the flow by having the subjects ready for the various groupings. Our packages are structured to allow ample time for posed formal shots before your actual wedding service, coverage during the service, finalize remaining posed portraits, and complete reception coverage, highlighting all of the special moments and capturing even the small details of flowers, food and decorations.

Mexico Beach Wedding Photographers

Mexico Beach Florida Wedding Photographers Stacey Green approaches wedding photography combining photojournalism with family portraiture. She has the ability to see and photograph a wedding as though it were a photo essay. Her patient approach lets her capture moments as they unfold as she photographs everything from close-up details of flowers and dresses, to emotion filled faces.

Wedding Photographer Stacey Green is one of Mexico Beach Florida’s best wedding and portrait photographer’s. Stacey Green is a National Photographer famous for Florida Wedding Photography and beach wedding portraiture. Stacey Green’s style is photojournalistic wedding and portrait photography. Breath taking sunsets on the Emerald Coast will be the backdrop for your Mexico Beach wedding by Stacey Green.

Why Mexico Beach Florida Photographers Prefers Digital Wedding Photography

We prefer digital Mexico Beach wedding photography because it is easier on our work flow and more convenient for our clients to be able to view their wedding proofs on-line. Digital wedding photography also provides an accurate color balance, and more usable images are captured. One of the best parts of digital image capture is the ability to quickly change white balance as the lighting changes. This is great when moving from inside to outdoors frequently.

Viewing the photograph in the camera’s LCD lets you know the result immediately using digital Mexico Beach wedding photography. It allows us to see if we captured the image or we need to take another shot. If there is time during the wedding we will download some images to the laptop we always take with us for our wedding parties to see. Another thing we really likes about digital wedding photography is that you can shoot a lot of pictures and not worry about how much it costs to view your finished product.

What’s In Our Camera Bags

Our wedding camera is a Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III Digital SLR, and we keep a Canon EOS 5D MK II Digital SLR camera as back-up. Our Canon L Series Lenses include the Canon EF 24-105mm f/4 L IS USM Lens, Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM, and Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8 L USM Lens . For lighting, we uses a Canon Speedlite 580EX on-camera flash for fill and candid interiors. The Canon Speedlite 580EX can be tilted upward for ceiling bounce mode or using a white reflective card for direct fill.

Our most commonly used ISO setting is 100, there’s plenty of light on the beach with a full frame Digital SLR and 80mm objective diameter L Series lenses. Our standard complement of memory cards are SanDisk Extreme III CompactFlash. We carry two 8GB, two 4GB, and two 2GB SanDisk Extreme III CompactFlash cards. We run around a lot and have two sets of batteries in our Canon Pro Grips on the 5D. Canon Pro Grips are a must have for long duration wedding photography coverage.

The Areas We Cover For Wedding Photography

Mexico Beach photographers cover the entire Emerald Coast and state of Florida for Beach Wedding Photography and Wedding Photography. Mexico Beach photographers are Destination Wedding Photographers.

Mexico Beach FL Wedding Photographers

When you meet us and have our first consultation it is a great idea to supply the Mexico Beach FL Wedding Photographers with a list of moments that are important to you. Pick and choose from these photo ops, keeping in mind that each shot should take about four-six minutes and our time at sunset is limited.

Mexico Beach FL Wedding Photographers Photo List

Getting Ready

  • Bride having her hair styled and makeup applied
  • Bride’s gown hanging on a padded hanger, spread on the bed, or draped over a chair
  • Still life shots of the bride’s shoes, jewelry, something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue
  • Detailed shots of the bride’s and bridesmaids’ bouquets
  • Candid shots of the bridesmaids getting dressed
  • Mother buttoning or zipping up the bride’s dress
  • Mother helping the bride with one last detail, such as the veil
  • Full-length shot of the bride in her gown, looking at herself in a mirror
  • Bridesmaids reacting to the bride in her gown
  • Father seeing the bride in her gown
  • Bride with her parents and siblings
  • Bride with her bridesmaids
  • Groom getting ready with his father and groomsmen
  • Close-up shot of the wedding bands
  • Groom with his parents and siblings
  • Groom with the best man
  • Groom with his groomsmen
  • Groomsmen putting on boutonnieres or ties
  • Bride and groom separately making their way to the ceremony

The Ceremony

  • Exterior and interior shots of the site before guests arrive
  • Groom walking down the aisle with his mother
  • Close-up of groom’s expression while waiting for the bride
  • Bridal party walking down the aisle
  • Both sets of grandparents walking down the aisle
  • Bride and her escort waiting to walk down the aisle
  • Close-up of bride just before she makes her entrance
  • Bride and her escort walking down the aisle
  • Groom reacting to bride walking down the aisle
  • Bride’s escort giving her away
  • Bride and groom at the altar or the chuppah
  • Both sets of parents watching the ceremony
  • Wide shot of the altar or chuppah, from the guests’ point of view
  • Wide shot of the guests, from the couple’s point of view
  • Special moments, such as the candle lighting and the readings
  • Close-up of the bride and groom as they recite their vows
  • Close-up of the bride and groom’s hands as they exchange rings
  • The kiss!
  • Close-up of the newlyweds immediately after the ceremony
  • Bride and groom hugging family and friends
  • Bride showing off her wedding ring to her bridesmaids
  • Bride and groom leaving the ceremony site

Before the Reception (or Ceremony)

  • Bride and groom together
  • Bride with her mother
  • Bride with her father
  • Bride with both parents
  • Bride with her entire immediate family
  • Groom with his mother
  • Groom with his father
  • Groom with both parents
  • Groom with his entire immediate family
  • Bride and groom with bride’s family
  • Bride and groom with groom’s family
  • Bride and groom with both sets of parents
  • Bride and groom with immediate family members from both sides
  • Bride and groom with bridesmaids
  • Bride and groom with groomsmen
  • Bride and groom with flower girl and ring bearer
  • Bride and groom with entire wedding party

The Reception

  • Exterior and interior shots of the site before the guests arrive
  • Still-life shots of place cards, menus, centerpieces, decorations, table settings, favors, and Champagne glasses
  • The cake
  • Hors d’oeuvres and specialty drinks
  • Guests arriving and signing the guest book
  • Bride and groom arriving
  • Close-ups of friends and family making toasts
  • Bride and groom sipping Champagne at their table
  • Bride and groom speaking with guests
  • Bride and groom’s first dance
  • Bride dancing with her father
  • Groom dancing with his mother
  • Parents and grandparents dancing
  • Wedding party dancing
  • Musicians, deejay, and/or entertainers performing
  • Guests dancing
  • Bride and groom dancing with the bridal party
  • Bride and groom cutting the cake
  • Bouquet toss
  • Newlyweds’ vehicle
  • Bride and groom leaving the reception

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