Weddings are expensive. And when planning a wedding, it’s only natural to want to save money where you can. But should you negotiate with your wedding photographer?
The short answer? It depends on the photographer.
Another year and another great wedding season in the books! You know what that means. It’s time again to take a look back at the year in weddings (and engagements) with another installment of our annual year-end wrap up. With all of our great couples and venues, we found it extremely difficult to whittle this down to a manageable number of photos. That said, here they are: our favorite photos of 2016! Continue reading →
In this 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…
Whenever Jesse and I go to Barnes and Noble, he has to stop me before we get into the store to tell me the plan: browse books for an hour and then meet at the front of the store. He made the mistake once of trying to go over the plan after we had gotten into the store and immediately regretted it. By the time he had turned to me, I had dashed off and he spent the rest of the hour looking for me (I’m short, so it’s hard to see me behind the bookshelves). Continue reading →