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Free Webinar | Wedding Storytelling & Photojournalism

By Christopher Lin on October 17th 2016

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Capturing great moments doesn’t just happen by chance or luck. It takes planning, preparation and anticipation. At times, it might even take setup, positioning and verbal cues to get the responses, reactions, and compositions you want. While some of that is outside of the definition of true photojournalism, these techniques will give you the tools to deliver impactful, emotional imagery at every wedding.

What We Cover

  • How to Prepare Yourself to Capture Candid Moments
  • How to Set Up “Candid” Moments
  • How to Capture Storytelling Images for the Album
  • How Lens Choice Affects The Mood of Your Images
  • Much More!

Webinar Details

Cost: FREE
When: Monday, October 24th, 2016 2pm PST
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Co-Founder of SLR Lounge and Photographer with Lin and Jirsa Photography, I’m based in Southern California but you can find me traveling the world. Click here to connect on Google +

6 Comments

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  1. Branden Burch

    It’s true wedding photography is necessary because it’s basically the only real remnant of a very special occasion. Preparing the venue, looking for the right wedding gown, selecting the caterer, and sending out invitations is all equally significant therefore my friend took help of http://theaddisonofbocaraton.com wedding planners. But what will remain are the wedding photographs, a treasure trove of memories of the events that transpired on the wedding day. Planning for the wedding photographs are therefore a must. Thank you for sharing the above post. I will definitely ask my friend to read it so that she can plan good photo-shoot for her wedding.

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  2. Cindy Manly-Fields

    Is there away to see this later. Unfortunately I have to work and wont be able to watch the webcast. It looks really interesting.

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  3. Jean-Francois Perreault

    Yay this is the webinar I was waiting for!

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