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Wedding Photography Shot List for PhotographersThe Big Day. It's one fraught with chaos, a whirl of activity, of tears, smiles and constant movement. What's a photographer to do? Thankfully, when you carry along Design Aglow's Essential Wedding Photography Shot List, you'll know you're covered before, during and after the wedding ceremony. We list everything to remember, from the bride and groom getting ready, to details, to formals, to location and more! And because there's space for your own notes and ideas, you can add your own inspiration and creative thoughts for images that have your personal flair, and all without missing the big picture.

INCLUDES: • 62 not-to-miss images your brides and grooms will love • pre-ceremony, ceremony, cocktail hour, reception, and formal categories • space for notes/special requests • one page, easily printable and customizable •great for new photographers or seasoned pros •give an additional copy to your assistant(s) PRODUCT DETAILS: • 8.5x11 form • Fully customizable, layered Photoshop PSD file • Compatible with Photoshop CS and newer, Photoshop Elements 6 and newer, Windows and Mac

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