How to Have Fun and Document It Too

There are a lot of ways for you to celebrate. You are invited to parties, special events, and different types of showers all the time. But how do you enjoy them and document them at the same time?

You don’t want to be the guest that runs around and snaps shots of all of the details. This can be a real mood killer. Not just for you both the other guests as well.

If you are invited to a bridal shower you don’t want to be the insensitive one that is running around taking selfies with all of the guests.

Even if you haven’t seen them for a long time this can make you look self absorbed. It can also create a breaking effect for the other guests that might not want to have their picture taken right at that moment, or even at all.

By being considerate you can make sure that you get the documentation you crave and give the people you take photos of what they are looking for.

Let’s say that you will be attending a bridal shower, this is one of those events that you really want to capture and cherish forever. But how do you do that without looking like the odd one out. Of course there will be plenty of pictures taken. That isn’t the point. But when you want fancy photos you need to take a couple more. One photo doesn’t cut it. The more photos you have the more chances you have to make the most of them.

This can lead to a lot of work on your part. And the point of a bridal shower is to have fun. Both you and the other guest need to have a good time. If you start to feel like your goal of snapping a few great shots isn’t going well, or you get the work vide it is time to stop.

Step back and see what you can do differently. Not everything at the bridal shower needs to be photographed. Pick out the things that will provide the most memories. Friends, gifts, and food are a common point of interest. The goal is to have fun, and taking pictures of these things can be fun. But you need to go about it with a sense of calm. Make it silly. What ever you do, don’t make it work. And when you’re done you will have at least a few photos you can be happy with.

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