by Andrew Szopory from Andrew Szopory Photography
* A Sydney based wedding photographer.
* A third generation photographer, behind his grandfather Emil and his father Tibor.
* Formally trained at the nationally accredited and renowned Photographic College, the Sydney Institute of Technology.
Is It Necessary to Have a Second Shooter at the Wedding or Will One Photographer Be Adequate?
The age-old question Should we have a second wedding photographer is always a hotly contested subject amongst brides and photographers. So what are the pros and cons of having one vs two wedding photographers on your wedding day. The general thinking is more photographers equal more photos, better photos and more angles during the ceremony and formal photos right? Well, this may be true for an inexperienced photographer but any... Read More »
I’m Scared I Won’t End Up Looking Great in All My Pictures. Is There Something I Can Do to Ensure All the Pictures of Me Are Flattering?
Looking beautiful, slim and flattering in wedding photos is a major concern for most brides to be. So what can be done to look great no matter what? The first thing you can do is address any concern that you might have with your wedding photographer. If you are open and honest and discuss what concerns you might have ie: big arms, double chin or how to look slim in... Read More »
How to Look Slim when Posing for Photos?
As a wedding photographer in Sydney one of the most common concerns that I hear when meeting with my brides pre wedding is how they will look in their wedding photos, after all no one wants to look bigger than they really are in their photos. So here I have put together 5 simple tips for all brides to help minimise their size and shape in their wedding photos. 1.... Read More »
Can I Have the Sunset in My Wedding Shoot?
As any Sydney wedding photographer will tell you the best light to shoot in is during Golden Hour! So when and what is golden hour. Golden hour is the hour before sunset where the sun is starting to set and the sky's colours are rapidly changing making for spectacular colour and vibrancy in photos. As the sun sets the light gets softer and creates a more flattering look for skin... Read More »