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  Taking the Perfect Event Pictures  

When you are attending an event such as a New Year's Eve party, a wedding, or even just a child's birthday party, you often want to bring your camera to record the festivities. Taking pictures of an event, whether it is yours or someone else's, is a great way to remember it for posterity, and ideally, you want to capture the mood of the event with your camera in the best way possible. When you put care and consideration into getting the best shots at an event you are doing yourself and everyone there a big favor. Some planning and attention to detail now can make for the most memorable shots.

Events are usually about milestones and celebrations, and each has a different and special mood. It is this mood that you want to capture when taking pictures. If you are at a wedding, you want to capture the love between the two people getting married, the pride and happiness that their parents feel, even the slight trepidation the best man feels as he observes the end of an era! This means that you want the majority of the pictures you take to be those in which the subjects don't know they're being photographed.

You want to capture the bride and groom exchanging a private look, the New Year's Eve party guest letting his hair down more than you've ever seen him do, the graduate clasping the hand and smiling at the person giving her the diploma. The rule when taking event pictures is to record the feeling, not the people. Though this may seem like you are not giving enough importance to the people who will be in the shots, the opposite is actually true. What better way to help people remember the emotions they felt during an event than to show them feeling the emotions rather than just smiling for the camera.

If you must take some shots that are posed, such as when a group wants their picture taken together, then try to get the people to be as animated as possible. Talk to them for a bit before taking the picture; get them to laugh and interact, and definitely get them to relax. Do what you can to distract them from the fact that they're getting their picture taken and you'll be able to get some group or individual shots that really stand out from the rest. When you put care and thoughtfulness into event pictures, you and your subjects are rewarded in some wonderful ways.

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