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FAQ: Should I Opt For First Look/Reveal Shots?
06 July 2018

Loch Coruisk Isle of Skye Elopement Photographer Photo

Shawn stood with his back to his bride, his eyes on the sand.

He knew in just a few seconds he would get his first glimpse of the woman he was going to marry - but not in the traditional way.

Shawn and Vanessa opted for a First Look, where the bride and groom see each other before the ceremony and away from the majority of their guests.

It gives them time to have a moment to themselves - as well as focus on the groom's expression when he sees his future spouse all ready for the wedding.

Loch Coruisk Isle of Skye Elopement Photographer Photo

There are so many beautiful moments that occur during a First Look and it's something we love to photograph for three main reasons:

  • No distractions.  Immediately on arriving at the ceremony, you're aware of your lovely guests, the vows you're about to make and, if you're anything like I was as a bride, how nervous you are!  With a First Look, much of those nerves are gone, as it's just the two of you and your photographs discreetly capturing the moment.  There's a chance to relax and be together, appreciate the efforts you've both made to look your best and simply enjoy each other's company.

Loch Coruisk Isle of Skye Elopement Photographer Photo

  • The photographs will be better.  Chances are, your photographers will be able to choreograph the First Look - and that means getting you both in the best light.  That's not a luxury we get in the middle of a wedding ceremony.  
  • It's something different.  First Look/Reveal shots are growing in popularity, but they're still in the minority - so this is a chance to get photographs that are a little bit different from the norm.  

Loch Coruisk Isle of Skye Elopement Photographer Photo

 


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