How he asked her: we all went to dinner with his mom and went out for the evening. Then that night they also said we were all going to go visit and do fhe and roast smores with his family in Payson. So then my wishful thinking was that we weren't actually roasting smores but that maybe he was proposingso we get to the park and I see his family and we really are actually roasting smores so I realized "okay proposal isn't happening tonight." Then we all were hanging out under this pavilion by a fire and all of a sudden these Christmas lights come on. And then Braden was like, "so actually I set this whole thing up" & then he got down on one knee and I spilled my hot chocolate on myself, almost cried cuz it was happening, and then he was like, "will you marry me?" And then all my friends came out of the shadows and we were all just so happy and hugging and laughing and it honestly was such a blur that I hardly remember it!!
1. Have a shallow depth of field this will help frame your shot. I would suggest shooting anywhere from a 1.8 aperture to a 2.8
2. Look at the big picture first and then break down the individual parts, look for individual parts that will create a story and capture the mood of the big picture.
3. Capture components that would not be seen from afar. For example the lace on wedding dress usually will be drowned out from all the other details within the shot.
4. Shoot from different angles and perspectives. This includes different lighting, colour schemes etc.
5. Do not include faces within detail shots, this distracts from the detail you're trying to focus on.