Photograph at the right time of the day:
This is the simplest tip, because it lets natural light do most of the work for you!
When the sun is directly overhead or high in the sky â€” say from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. â€” it creates harsh, unflattering shadows. Only professional photographers know how to deal with the excess of sunlight, and sometimes it is difficult even for them, when dealing with sunlight reflected on a white wedding dress at noon!
Shooting before or after will give you fewer shadows and a more even glow. Use morning light for a beautiful cool tone and late-afternoon light for a look thatâ€™s warm and soft. If you have to shoot mid-day, make sure itâ€™s cloudy or overcast â€” or find a big spot of shade..