A Deeper Meaning of Wedding Photography I think it’s fair to say that as photographers – and all artists in general – often get wrapped up in our own heads about the value and importance of our work. Maybe I’m speaking for myself here, but after...
As photographers we generally all complain, especially at the end of the season, about how exhausted we are and how we need a break and how we want to sleep for a week straight, which I suppose is similar to anyone looking forward to their vacation (our...
You’ve been at a wedding for 9 hours fighting heat or cold or wind and bridesmaids and traffic when out of the blue a guest, noticing your camera says: “Wow, I’ll bet that camera of yours takes great pictures!” I’m all for the latest and greatest...
wedding albums and your personal history _____ Some of us are lucky enough to still have our parents wedding album lying around somewhere, or at least know where to locate it. I have had my parents book for MANY years, and had wrapped it in a saran-like...
There are a lot of mixed feelings in the photographic community about weddings and photographic shot lists. Most photographers truly fear getting that email from a couple with the ‘Must-Have’s’ (an expression I dislike as much as “Please Advise”)...
I can still recall my first experience with this thing called Photoshop. At the time, the image in question had been manipulated on a Scitex imaging workstation, which is now so ancient it’s hard to even find info if you Google the term. I believe they...
You know, i’ve been wanting to write a long winded blog post for sometime about how intrusive wedding guests and their iPhones, cameras and yes, even iPads have become. ( I even have my own name for those guests: iPadders – fell free to steal...
some comments on the wedding industry There was an article today online at DeviantArt.com called “Photography Is Dead” that caused a bit of a stir on Facebook which got me thinking : something that happens every third week of the month. In...