RECENT POSTS IN weddings
5 Ways to Help Your Clients Look (and Feel) Less Awkward In Portraits
As a photographer, one of your most valuable tools is to know how to get your client to forget you are there and capture the emotion/feeling in that moment and translate it onto paper. Here are some things I do when I interact with my clients so that they don’t look or feel awkward in their photos.
How I Get My Clients to Give Me 3-5 Hours of Shooting Time On a Wedding Day
In my last article, I touched on the subject that I regularly carve out 3-5 hours on a wedding day for the couple and bridal party portraits. Here’s how I do it.
6 Tips On How To Get The Best Family Photos at Weddings
Check out my 6 tips on how to get the best family photos in this article and video!
Don’t Get Caught In A Copyright Mess – Watch This Video
The murky waters of photography copyright law is filtered here open your eyes to things you may not know, and correct things you thought you did.
9 Steps To Creating A Compelling Video
Anyone can setup a camera and shoot video, just like anyone can press a button to take a picture. The key in both the video and photography industries is in your ability to tell a story with your chosen medium, something to set your work apart, to make it unique from what joe shmoe pressing his button could do.
How You Shot It: The Bride, the Groom and the Cars by Marius Igas
How You Shot It is a series where you show us how you shot an image. Today’s post comes from Marius Igas, who shows us how he shot this image, The Bride and Groom and the Cars.
The Wedding of the Year: Mr. & Mrs. Potato Head
My 3 year old son, Cole knows I’m a photographer and knows I shoot weddings. He really doesn’t understand this or isn’t the slightest bit interested in the photos I show him, until Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head got married.
SLR Lounge Specials
$100 Off Premium
1,500+ Lessons, 30+ Workshops
33% Off Visual Flow
Designed by SLR Lounge & DVLOP
2020 Holiday Gift Guide
Ideas for All Budgets
Black Friday Deal Tracker