Everyone knows that wedding photos are incredibly important, but a lesser known- yet just as important- aspect of wedding photography is a bridal session. If you’ve looked at those gorgeous, on-location wedding photos of the bride and groom frolicking on the beach or scaling a mountain, odds are that was actually a bridal session!! I’ll explain why I think bridal sessions are a vital part of wedding photography and how you should reach out to your photographer for more specifics.
I’m slightly obsessed with learning!! I honestly can’t get enough of gaining knowledge and empowering myself, so that I can pour that knowledge into others! I’ve listed my top five FAVORITE podcasts and books here for YOU, because no matter where you are- just starting or super advanced- you can find truth bombs in all these options! Happy learning, my friends!!
It’s no secret- I LOVE to travel!! But traveling isn’t always the shiny, glowy Insta photos you imagine. There is LOTS of time waiting in airports, sitting in planes, and trying to remember what time zone you’re in today! I’m sharing my go-to travel tips with you to avoid jet lag and waltz off that plane ready to slay the day!!
I love my job. I love it more than words. I wouldn’t trade this for the WORLD right now. Seriously, not for anything. But it’s not easy. Period. Today, I wanted to give you an unfiltered picture of what it’s like to be a destination photographer.
These are notes that I’ve taken and noticed at multiple weddings and finally HAD to put down on paper. Just remember that this is supposed to be fun and enjoyable. If you take a few steps ahead of time, you can make it one of the most relaxed, happy, and fun days of your life.
One of the most asked questions. “How do I pose candidly?” or “How do I get natural reactions and interactions with my clients?” So I’ve compiled 5 of my biggest tips for getting those natural, candid reactions from your clients. But enough talk. Let’s dive on in!