Indoor Wedding & Engagement Posing Guide

Anyone who's lived more than a few years knows this sorry truth to be self evident: Sometimes things don't go as planned. 

When it comes to photography -- just like in life -- sometimes you've just got to roll with the punches. That means preparing yourself, having a backup plan and never stressing too much about things you cannot control. Things, for example, like mother nature, which is always unpredictable. 

Whether you find yourself in the midst of an unexpected downpour, an extreme heat wave or are forced to move your session indoors for other reasons, don't panic. Instead, just refer to BP4U's "What To Do If You Can't Shoot Outside" guide! It'll keep all that rain-induced stress to a minimum while ensuring you get brag-worthy shots. 

This guide touches on the following topics: rescheduling due to inclement weather, shooting despite the rain, finding amazing indoor locations, shooting indoors at clients' houses, using indoor elements and furnishing to really enhance your shots and shooting at indoor public locations. 

It also goes into detail regarding shooting rainy day weddings. You'll learn how to get through that initial panic as storm clouds move in, how to shoot indoors at a church, use your surroundings as amazing props and more.

[Previously Titled: What To Do When You Can't Shoot Outside (Engagement/Wedding Edition)]

  • A 127-page ebook for weddings and engagement sessions. Also includes 127 digital posing cards - 82 for weddings and 45 for engagement sessions!

    Topics Covered:

    Engagement Sessions:

    • Rescheduling Due to Inclement Weather
    • Tips for Finding a Backup, Indoor Location
    • Shooting Outdoors in Inclement Weather
    • Things to Remember
    • Indoor Location Ideas
    • Tips for Shooting in Their House/Apartment/Car, At Hotels, At Schools, On Stairs, At a Movie Theater/Auditorium, and At the Mall
    • Lighting, Symmetry, and Lines
    • Indoor/Outdoor Pose Comparison


    • Tips for Finding the Natural Light
    • Shooting Indoors at a Church
    • Shooting Against Stained Glass
    • Using Stairs as a Prop
    • Shooting at a Hotel, By the Pool, At an Indoor Reception, During Transportation
    • Using Indoor Furniture as Props
    • Scouting Random, Nearby Indoor Locations
    • Using Windows and Mirrors
    • Lines and Lighting
    • BONUS! 5, 10, and 20-Minute Posing Workflows for when you're in a time crunch!
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    "I think all of the information you provide in this guide is fantastic! Love the layout!! It was very easy to read and the paragraphs transitioned very nicely! I would definitely recommend this guide to other photographers because it is great for beginners and people that have not experienced a range of clientele." - Sara

    "OMG! I love love love your guide! Amazing. Your humor ROCKS! Your examples rock....layout -amazing. Colors are wonderful, simplicity is perfect - straight forward with great suggestions. Your topics are perfect. I can't think of anything I would add and I certainly wouldn't take anything away. It makes me want to do a wedding." - Jeannie

  • PDF/Digital version only - The link will be emailed directly to you once your payment has been processed.
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    Are these posing cards printable?

    Yes. We include digital files in both high and low resolution - high res for printing and low res for mobile devices. These will print these off as a 3x5. Many of our clients will print these off, punch a hole in them, put a ring on them and put them in their camera bag. Makes a great way to get out of a bind if you're having a brain freeze during a session. Need help loading your posing cards to your iPhone/iPad/iPod? Click here for a tutorial.

    Can I print this guide?

    Yes, you most certainly can! If you'd prefer to read your guide in print instead of digitally, feel free to print this guide for your own personal use.

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