The weather is warming up, the flowers are blooming, the birds are chirping and women everywhere have spent the last few months scurrying about pinning, creating, booking and dieting in anticipation for the day they’ve been dreaming about all of their lives; their wedding day. That’s right, folks. Are you ready for wedding season?
Scrolling through my Facebook feed trying to forget my astronomical tax bill yesterday, one of my friends posted the following Buzzfeed video, “Wedding Season Is Coming.” It’s a hilarious take on people whose friends are all getting married. Oh, the horror.
So, are you ready for wedding season? Here at SLR Lounge, we are about to go into production for a wedding photography DVD, Pye and Justin are gearing up for their Wedding 101 and 201 workshops in the Bahamas (one spot left!), and the studio is already shooting away, with weddings booked practically every weekend until late fall.
To get you ready for wedding season, here are a few of our popular wedding related articles and videos on SLR Lounge.
A recent article by writer Jay Cassario takes an intimate look at how he realized the importance of family photographs after he suddenly lost his mother.
This article was written in 2009, revamped a year ago, and it’s almost ready for another update. We give a subjective list of 6 must have lenses for any given wedding. It should be noted that we have a bias for shooting wide open (low apertures) in most situations and though we list Canon gear, because that’s what we shoot, each lens listed should have an equivalent for every other brand name DSLR producer.
Jeff and Lori from Indigo Silver Studio have a unique pricing strategy that works well for them, and they share three tips with us in this recent interview with Pye.
For all the introverts out there, wedding season is even more exhausting. Here are some tips on how to cope during this busy, people filled season.
BrideBoxPro asked 50 brides who got married this year to reveal what they think their photographers could have done better. There was one common theme in many of the answers…
How are you getting ready for wedding season? Comment below!