1. Use Props
The huge lake can be a great backdrop for pictures along with the sky full of stars at night. Night shoots can be really fantasizing and attractive. Day shoot can also be very cool. But the wetland is quite still so prop must be used for the shoot. Props are going to add a spark to your shoot. A brunch scene can be created on the lakeside. Save the date can be imprinted on the sand and these pictures can be included for wedding invites. Rose petals can be used for some of the shoots. Color pops are the most common and are going to fire up your pictures. The mesmerizing background and the color pops are a great combination. Props like bicycles, fireworks, signboards, frames must be included in photographs to avoid a monotonous shoot.
2. The Outfit Game
The huge number of clothes in your wardrobe that have been worn only once need to come out and be a part of your pre-wedding shoot. Unlike backdrops, here with the lake on your side you do not need to think much about the outfits. There is no need to match your outfit with a backdrop’s theme because whatever you wear will suit the surrounding. Wear same clothes or color coordinate your outfits and get pictures clicked in some very cute poses.There are no themes here so a lot of experiments can be done with the outfits. Switch from Indian to western outfits. You are actually going to love the results from this shoot.
3. Play with the Wind
Do not let the wind ruin your shoot. Take cues from the local people to understand the wind patterns and then shoot. Take an opportunity of the wind and be as playful as possible. let the dupatta fly and capture some very filmy poses. The wind can actually help you capture some candid moments. Candids can be caught best with winds.