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Rituals - Outdoor or Indoor

Updated: Mar 4, 2022

Covering the integral rituals in the most cinematic manner is one of the biggest challenges in wedding photography. Multiple factors must be considered to ensure great pictures of these important events. This guide will help you plan the event so that you get the best possible results from a wedding photography team.

Outdoors or Indoors? The first and most important consideration is choosing which ceremonies you should consider outdoors and which ones to consider indoors. This decision will affect the photography and cinematic shoot greatly, but it isn’t the most important factor you will need to take into account. Your wedding ceremonies should be a truly magical experience, and this will be possible only if you love every detail of them. Therefore, you should choose a setting that has special meaning for you and your loved ones. Your budget will also be an important factor that will determine your venue.

Outdoor wedding


  • Natural lighting (till evening)

  • More interactiveness

  • A good view is easier to create

  • The greenery and festivities look prettier outdoors


  • No control over the weather

  • You have to keep the weather forecast in check before confirming a ceremony.

  • No control over the lighting.

Indoor wedding


  • You can customize or opt for creatively curated backgrounds

  • Controlled lightings

  • No dependence on the weather

  • There can be a fixed setting and good sitting arrangements are possible


  • Poor lighting if

  • Less space

  • Restricted backgrounds

There are no second chances to acquire amazing shots on your wedding day, so it's critical to plan ahead of time with your photographic team. The illumination is the most significant component. Professional equipment can help with some of the challenges created by low light, but poor or harsh lighting poses a difficulty even for top-tier cameras.

Here is a list of the few things that you must avoid to get the best photography session

  1. Outdoor rituals in the noon The light becomes highly uncontrollable and sharp during this time of the day which in turn makes great pictures a more challenging task. Planning a shoot during the peak of the day with a glaring sun is a bad idea irrespective of having the equipment that can soften the lights and sweat and other aesthetic factors get disturbed.

  2. Backlit venues No amount of lighting equipment will be able to help take incredible pictures of a naturally backlit venue. If you aren’t sure about how to arrange the venue, especially one that is outdoors, consult your photography team in advance to discuss the time of the day when the ceremony will take place. This way, you will be able to choose the perfect setting.

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