Engagement photos are very popular and have become increasingly so over the past five years. When I first started my photography business, not every couple chose to do engagement images when they were presented with a package. Fast forward to today and almost all of my clients are interested in engagement portraits.
Being a photographer means that I hold myself to a high standard. I promise to keep myself fresh and produce the most creative results, which are in physical form are my portraits. Great referrals and wedding planners that trust in my ability are huge to my business.
Photography plays a huge part in my life. If you are getting married, I feel one of the most important vendors you should look into is a photographer. I know, I am one—but really it doesn’t have much to do with that. The art of photography lets you enjoy your amazing wedding day and after it is over, it helps you remember all the beautiful and special parts while you look through your portraits. I am talking about the posed and the more journalistic in-the-moment images. I have a passion for photography and believe in the art of beautiful portraits, especially on your wedding day.
Winter can be a beautiful time of the year to get images taken. If you can deal with the cold for a little while, you can get such beautiful unique portraits. If you live in a region that gets lots of snow—even better!
The holidays are upon us and we all want to capture those special moments that are exactly that —in the moment. You want to make sure that you get incredible images right then when it is happening. With these few tips, you can and will get some of the best holiday pictures you ever took! Here are some great ideas for your point and click photography.
As professional wedding photographers, communication is as important as actually photographing the events of the day. From shooting weddings to sporting events, photographers need to have the ability to communicate with their team in real time.
Many, many families, couples, engagements and wedding portraits happen in the fall. There is a reason for that. Nature is giving an amazing, colorful backdrop to set your loved ones and yourself in! I have some suggestions to help you take full advantage of the season.
Maybe some of you will be surprised that photography make-up is different from your daily make-up routine. But it really is! Whatever you would normally wear could possibly wash you out in a flash (literally) so unless you wear pretty bright or dramatic colors every day then you might want to take a look at the list below, that I have created for you, to help with the task of pulling yourself together for pictures.
I live in the northeast. It is freezing! So what better time to introduce some winter photography tips to the everyday photographer. Dealing with cold weather is definitely something that you need to get used to as a photographer, I mean, it is freezing and you need to know how to handle the cold with a camera in your hands.
Being a photographer is not only point and click. As you know, there is a very detailed science behind it, however today I am not going to talk about lighting or equipment—I am going to talk about the one thing that can take an image from awful to awesome and that is posing. I don’t think that many people think about this, but a photographer has to think about it because they want to achieve the most flattering photos for their clients. In this post, I am going to address a few common posing mistake and how to fix them. You can thank me later.