wedding photography tips

3 top ways to jump start with weddings by photographer Laura Novak

jump start with weddings

by Laura Novak

Many moms naturally gravitate towards portraiture since their passion for photography often begins with capturing their own children. Yet, wedding photography is also a fantastic way to explore image creation and can be more convenient and economical for mothers. I would love to share with you the three ways that you can quickly get into the lucrative wedding market while maintaining a great quality of life as a mom.

As you are just starting out in the wide, wonderful(…)

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bride and bridesmaids detail photograph by Anita Martin

photographing wedding details

by Anita Martin
I shoot weddings for the emotion and incredible moments that show themselves in all their laughter and tear-filled glory.  These moments matter and are my “WHY” when I arrive at a wedding.

I am also a girl that appreciates an awesome pair of shoes and some seriously gorgeous flowers. I understand that weddings are steeped in tradition and the flowers, cake, and the white dress, all mean more to us than we realize.

I feel that the details deserve attention(…)

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tips for photographing weddings by Lee Ann Norris

how to get into wedding photography

by Lee Ann Norris

When I started my photography business back in 2007 I proclaimed loudly, strongly and with great confidence I was not ever going to shoot a wedding.  In fact, I was going to shoot babies, kids, and families.  But weddings, I would never shoot a wedding.  It was too stressful, you only had one shot, and I never wanted someone to look back and think my wedding pictures suck.  I am laid-back and chill, weddings weren’t for me. (…)

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