Nail down your ensemble.
You need to know for sure what type of outfit you are putting together so far. If you don’t really trust your judgment that much when it comes to things like this, you might want to think about bringing someone onboard so that he or she can give you some insights on the way that your ensembles turn out so far at the end of the day. Take as much time as you need when it comes to bringing your wedding ensemble together. It would not be wise for you to rush through any decisions when you are figuring this out. It needs to tie in well with the rest of the other elements of the wedding from the theme to the venue to the décor to the food and so on and so forth. It might seem like a lot but it will all work out naturally in the need for as long as you are willing to consider the importance of the dress that you will be wearing to the occasion.
Master the chicken arm.
It is the pose wherein you sort of bend your arms by planning your palms on your waist and by pulling your bent elbows a little backward. Models have been doing this for the longest time running. You should have a try at it so that you can figure it out. Your reportage wedding photographer will appreciate if better if you know how to pose the arms.
Know your angles.
You don’t have to be an expert in this but you should at least know which side is your good side so far so that you know how to face the camera right from the get go. You need to know for sure which sides tend to make you look great so far so that you can get this taken into account the right way. Practice in front of the mirror so that you can get acquainted with how you position yourself when you are in front of the camera so far. Figure this out early on so that you have everything worked out for you by and large. This will look great in the shots that your reportage wedding photographer shoots.
Beware of distortion.
Distortion is something that is going to really affect the way that your photos turn out so far and this is what you ought to do something about whenever you are given the chance to pose in front of a camera. You don’t have to go in depth with it or anything like that so far but for as long as you understand the fact that the thing that is closest to the camera tends to appear bigger than usual and this is something that you can do to either play up or turn down some of the features in your body when you are posing for it. Want to make the ring look extra large? Bring it closer to the camera. Want to make your hips look slightly slimmer? Start leaning away from the camera whenever you are posing. Little tips and tricks like this can really make quite a difference in the way that your photos turn out looking like so keep that at the back of your head all of the time.