Family Formals. Family members, brides, and even photographers may cringe at the thought of this portion of the wedding day! For many weddings across the globe, formal family photos can result in a nightmare, a big mess, and unhappy people, and group photos that cannot be re-done after the wedding day. However, your family formal […]
Plan B is an alternative timeline a professional photographer should create with you prior to the wedding day. Especially when I need to photograph dozens of people, I need a plan! If you know the forecast a few days prior, you can create an AWESOME plan B that will make you skip in happiness, knowing that you got all the photos you wanted!
What is “Golden Hour”? Every now and then you may hear photographers use the term “golden hour”. But what does it really mean, and why do photographers love golden hour? Read more and you’ll realize why this time of shooting is ideal, and you’ll fall in love with golden hour, too! Here are some photos […]
A lot of wedding photographers call themselves “photojournalistic”. Because photojournalism wedding photography originated from photographers who worked for newspapers, capturing the wedding day’s happenings from start to finish is the key. Learn more about what “photojournalistic” photography means!
Have you ever wondered what a professional wedding photographer might do to prepare for a great wedding day? Check out this blog post about how I like to get ready for the big day! You can also find out more about how an engagement session can help you and the photographer for the wedding day.
You’re in charge of doing DIY flowers for a wedding, or you might be just pulling your hair out trying to figure out what kind of bridal bouquet you might want. Check out my images of wedding bouquets with flower names to get your creative juices flowing!
There are thousands of photographers who might be jumping at wanting to photograph your wedding! Here are some 5 basic questions to ask yourself as you find a photographer who can be a right fit for you. Of course, there are so many more things to consider, but this is just a start!
Because there are so many more photographers than ever before, you need to decide if you want to hire an amateur or hobbyist, a hobbyist turning into a business, or a real professional photographer. Hopefully this article will help you understand the differences between professional and amateur photographers.
Read more about how I spent 7 minutes photographing the little details at Mellissa & Ryan’s wedding reception held at The Manor in West Boylston, Massachusetts. Succulents, cuts of wood, smooth river stones, and a scrumptious cake.
Getting ready for tomorrow’s wedding #44 ended up in me writing up this last minute blog post… Some reflections on starting wedding photography, my list of equipment, and some of my favorite resources.