Capturing Delicious Photos Of Your Fried Turkey Wedding Dinner

If you’re in the process of planning the details of your big day, it’s well worth selecting main courses for your wedding reception and organizing your wedding photography. As a significant portion of your wedding budget will need to be allocated to your photographer and your caterers.

If you plan on discussing your specifications for your wedding photography with your photographer, ensure to talk about photographing your reception. Including, your main courses.

After all, if you’re going to spend several hundred dollars on a main course, which will blow your wedding guests away, it pays to have photographs. To look back on, in the years to come.

Here are some tips on how to photograph your mouth watering, fried turkey.

Have your caterers keep in contact with your photographer. When it comes to discussing your big day with your wedding caterers, ask your caters to text your photographer 15 minutes before your turkey is served. That way your busy wedding photographer can plan to take photos of your fried turkey, before it is served.

After all, as soon as your guests smell your expertly cooked fried turkey, you’ll only have a small window, before your fried turkey disappears.

If there are any delays in the kitchen, your caterers can text your photographer to let them know. As that way your photographer can keep themselves busy by taking photographs of your guests, instead of waiting around.

Ask for a photograph of your turkey before it is carved up. It’s worth taking a photo of your fried turkey before it’s carved up. As well as a plate of fried turkey, which has been plated up for one of your guests to enjoy.

You may even want to place your turkey on a silver platter, to ensure that it’s photographed professionally.

Get a few photos of your guests enjoying their turkey. Your wedding photographer can also take photos of various tables, enjoying their fried turkey main. Just ensure, that your photographer times their photos carefully and doesn’t take photos of your guests chewing with their mouths full.

So if you plan on tying the knot in a few months, it’s well worth talking to your wedding photographer about capturing photos of your fried turkey. Also ensure, to talk to your caterers, so that they can contact your photographer before your turkey is about to be served.

Lastly, make sure that you get to try and least one piece of succulent turkey, on your wedding day!