Canon Eos R, 85mm F/1.2, F/1.2, 1/640s, iso 100, Natural Light!
Natural Light Photography!
Canon Eos R, 85mm F/1.2, F/1.2, 1/5000s, iso 100.
I'm new to the wedding photography process....the more I do the more I realize I don't know. I'd love to hear some reactions to this shot, from overall presentation to the minute details...how 'bout a comment?
Here's something I snapped together just today to put on my website. It's a "banner" under my investment page's wedding section.
All these are mine but they are all from different times, cameras and different lenses.
(Note: The one where the bride is turning and looking at my with the groom in the background was shot by me under the...
Hey everyone! I'm new to the group but just made a video with some of my foundational advice in growing and sustaining a wedding photography business. Truth is, there is a million things to learn and practice in this industry, but at the heart of it, we just really need to care about what we're creating. I hope you enjoy the watch!
I've noticed a ton of wedding photographers have a similar style (bright and blown out). I understand it's a standard because weddings are meant to be bright and happy. However, for some clients I feel capturing a specific mood to the couple's personality is an important aspect of being considered a professional.
This recent wedding I...
Canon 5D Mark IV, 85mm F/1.2, F/8, 1/200s, iso 100, Hss Strobe at full power 1/1.
Recently I covered the wedding for a friend couple and what I loved is their photo shoot session and later on I tried to color grade vividly using lightroom. Kindly let me know where to improve my craft
So, this is how it goes. The problem is simple but yet a big one. I can´t seem to find clients for my wedding photography business. I shoot weddings because there is the occasional client that books me. I have tried a bunch of things for a couple of years now.
It is important to mention that I do not have enough money to invest in...
I just finished my first season shooting weddings. As so many others, I kinda stumbled into the business, and got hooked. Having never had a paid photography job, I watched "How to Become a Professional Commercial Wedding Photographer" and was on my way. This first season, I have shot somewhere between 30-35 weddings, if...
I'm aspiring to do more work as a wedding photographer. My background is in portrait/headshot, food, product, and family photography and finding a good base as a wedding photographer. I'm still playing with style and as mentioned by other photographers in the group, the trend seems to be bright and blown out. I'm hoping there's room for...
This photo shows the envy of the Bride's Maids as the happy couple are in bliss for the new life that awaits them.
F/5, 1/200s, ISO400, +0.3, 105mm
James and Anja tied the knot at one of our favorite churches at P.C.E.A. Church of the Torch Thogoto. The moment we walked into Anja’s room at Southern Sun Mayfair Nairobi for her getting-ready photos, we were immediately drawn to Anja’s gown. The beautiful detail of the back was completely unique and unlike anything we had ever photographed...
I'm thinking about setting up a Instagram pod for wedding photographers. So the idea is to gather a group of 15 members (maximum limit for group DM on Instagram is 15) for those who post quality images about 2-3 times per week.
The idea is to get a group of talented photographers together who value quality over quantity...
Not sure how it works outside of Brazil but here we have around 10~20 min to photography after the wedding cerimony and usually what I do is take the couple to a private place and look for a beatiful light and then work on compositions.
How is this after wedding photos for you guys?
IF possible, please rate this...
Wanted to experiment with OCF lately, so I put together a shoot with some of my favourite vendors in the industry. This is the first time I shot with a dedicated lighting assistant and it was awesome :D