Today we’re going to talk about unplugged weddings and how we deal with well intentioned guests who sometimes make it harder for wedding photographers to do our jobs.
On this episode, we’re going to share some of our worst location horror stories and provide some tips and advice for making great wedding photos in less than ideal locations.
Jared Platt is back for a deeper dive into Lightroom and we’ll share our tips and strategies for working quickly and efficiently in Lightroom.
Adobe updates its Creative Cloud apps and announces big changes to their Adobe Stock service. The Cubs win the World Series! But photojournalism coverage of the event lost. And, you may have heard that innocuous webcams were the unwitting tools of the recent massive Internet disruption. Well, it looks like you may have heard wrong!
A recent article on F-Stoppers by Vanessa Joy, cited several reasons why she doesn’t feel that she can use a mirrorless camera when photographing a wedding. We're here today to provide a rebuttal and list reasons why you definitely can.
Photo Joseph from TWiP Apps is here today to talk about the current state of the photo app market and share some lesser-known apps that might be of interest to wedding & portrait photographers.
Getting and staying inspired is something that many creatives struggle with at certain times during their career. Whether it’s at the beginning of wedding season when we’re all a little bit out of practice, or when we’re halfway through wedding season and feeling a little burned out - getting and staying inspired is something most photographers have to deal with.