If you see something interesting to be photographed, the first organ that is needed to move the legs, not the hand. Why? Because you may need to move around the object used to get the maximum angle and composition. Angle and composition are key to getting a good photo. With good composition, simple objects that can be presented beautifully. In contrast, the composition or bad angle, the object will look incredible bear or less fit when displayed on walls, especially for wedding photography. First, angle and composition refer to the same thing: how a photo is taken or made. Angle refers to the photographer and the camera: the direction from which the photo was taken. While referring to the composition of the picture: how the elements in the photo composed or arranged so as to produce the overall picture interesting or strong. Angle determines the composition; as well as to change the composition of the necessary changes in angle. In general, we can say the election is done before the elections angle compositions. Angle options are numerous: a photographer could decide to encircle an object 360 degrees, and sometimes there is an option to take the angle from above or from below.
There are a few “rules” that can be followed on the decision-angle; for example, the angle from the top to the bottom usually describes XXX, or angle from the bottom up will give the impression YYY. Would we better try it yourself and see the results. Angle options affect what is included in the frame, even if only as a background that does not focus, though. Images tend to be more powerful if the object can be clearly identified; among others is high enough contrast between the background object. In the case of wedding photos, for example, you have the option to take the photo from the front or side (to varying degrees); in addition you can take photos of the bride, standing (angle from top to bottom), or you can squat and photographed from the side (parallel). Is it bad angle down? Whether the angle of the front was ugly? Do not know, but certainly not what is in your visualization.