I think every wedding photographer should have a “shot list” a week before their wedding session. I also believe it is very important to have a conversation with your clients about specific images and “their must-have shots” outside of your must-have shots. This helps set the expectations and clear up any confusion post-event as well. Read More “The Must-Have Shots on Your Wedding Day – Part 1”
You’ve read all of the must-have shots leading up to your big moment (if you haven’t seen it yet, catch up here!). Now we come to the ceremony. I get as many details of the site as possible.
While my husband and I love to look at our wedding album and re-live those moments we shared with family and friends on that day, we have one regret: we opted not to have engagement photos made. I know! A wedding photographer who didn’t have an engagement session! Who am I?!
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There is nothing sweeter than a newborn and in-home newborn sessions have my entire heart. There’s just something so magical about those first few days at home as a new family. As a photographer, I am always so honored to have the opportunity to capture these fleeting moments.
Think of how often you use the camera on your smartphone. Pictures of your breakfast from 10 different angles. Bursts of selfies that your 5-year-old niece took of herself. A shot of a recipe that you want to remember.