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How to Shoot a Wedding (Pt. 1): Setting the Scene

How to Shoot a Wedding (Pt. 1): Setting the Scene

In our new blog series, How to Shoot a Wedding, we’ll be exploring, one by one, all of the “must haves” that need to be captured throughout the wedding day to create a well-rounded shoot. We’ll discuss the reasons each is important, examine some common challenges wedding photographers face in these situations (and  how to overcome them), and provide a few insider tips for how to shoot like a professional. So grab your camera bag and let’s dive in…
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Why Is Wedding Photography So Expensive? (Part Three)

Why Is Wedding Photography So Expensive? (Part Three)

If you haven’t already done so, please be sure to read parts one and two:
Click here for Part One.
Click here for Part Two.

…But now you’re done! Time to swan dive into your roomful of cold hard cash like Scrooge McDuck! Continue reading →

Why Is Wedding Photography So Expensive? (Part Two)

Why Is Wedding Photography So Expensive? (Part Two)

If you haven’t already done so, please click here to read part one.

…Whew! Smooth sailing from here on out, right?

Wrong!

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Why Is Wedding Photography So Expensive? (Part One)

Why Is Wedding Photography So Expensive? (Part One)

“Four grand just for pictures?! My sister has a camera and she’ll do it for free!” I’ve heard some variation of this more than a few times throughout my wedding photography career. And I get it. I feel the same way about dentistry. But here’s the thing: there’s a lot more that goes into running a wedding photography business than just snapping a few pictures on Saturday afternoon. Continue reading →

Anatomy of a Photograph: Fox Theatre Detroit

Anatomy of a Photograph: Fox Theatre Detroit

In each installment of our educational blog series, Anatomy of a Photograph, we’ll be breaking down exactly what went into making one of our trickiest wedding photos. From conception to composition, equipment to camera settings; subject to lighting, you’ll find out exactly what it takes to be a professional wedding photographer. Continue reading →

Anatomy of a Photograph: Colorado Sunset

Anatomy of a Photograph: Colorado Sunset

In each installment of our educational blog series, Anatomy of a Photograph, we’ll be breaking down exactly what went into making one of our trickiest wedding photos. From conception to composition, equipment to camera settings; subject to lighting, you’ll find out exactly what it takes to be a professional wedding photographer. Continue reading →

Anatomy of a Photograph: The Dunafon Castle

Anatomy of a Photograph: The Dunafon Castle

In each installment of our educational blog series, Anatomy of a Photograph, we’ll be breaking down exactly what went into making one of our trickiest wedding photos. From conception to composition, equipment to camera settings; subject to lighting, you’ll find out exactly what it takes to be a professional wedding photographer.   Continue reading →

Anatomy of a Photograph:  The Genesee Bridge

Anatomy of a Photograph:  The Genesee Bridge

In each installment of our educational blog series, Anatomy of a Photograph, we’ll be breaking down exactly what went into making one of our trickiest wedding photos. From conception to composition, equipment to camera settings; subject to lighting, you’ll find out exactly what it takes to be a professional wedding photographer.   Continue reading →

Anatomy of a Photograph:  The Arrest

Anatomy of a Photograph: The Arrest

In each installment of our educational blog series, Anatomy of a Photograph, we’ll be breaking down exactly what went into making one of our trickiest wedding photos. From conception to composition, equipment to camera settings; subject to lighting, you’ll find out exactly what it takes to be a professional wedding photographer.   Continue reading →

Anatomy of a Photograph:  The Bear Mask

Anatomy of a Photograph: The Bear Mask

In each installment of our educational blog series, Anatomy of a Photograph, we’ll be breaking down exactly what went into making one of our trickiest wedding photos. From conception to composition, equipment to camera settings; subject to lighting, you’ll find out exactly what it takes to be a professional wedding photographer.   Continue reading →