Whether you honeymoon is on a cruise, an exotic Caribbean island, a secluded beach, a tiny village in France, or a whirlwind tour of Europe, you’ll want to make sure to capture those magical moments. You’ll definitely want professional looking shots, but be sure to get lots of candid shots as well. These honeymoon photo tips will help you feel at ease behind the lens.

1. Get To Know Your Camera

You may have purchased a new camera before the wedding, or received one as a gift. (Here’s an extra honeymoon photo tip: it can’t hurt to include a high-end digital camera on your bridal registry!) It’s important that you read the manual from front to back and even play with the camera a little before the honeymoon so you are familiar with the settings and you’ll be prepared when it’s time for the perfect shot. You don’t want to be fumbling around with your camera and miss the moment. Also, make sure to protect your camera. Invest in a sturdy camera case that is both lightweight and practical.  Make sure that you have all of the necessary equipment with you (ie: cords, batteries, charger, memory cards, USB cable, compact hard drive).


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