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This week we’re going to share our thoughts on a recent situation involving a DJ & a photographer in Maryland that went viral. The DJ in question, was called out by photographers for overstepping his bounds by shooting and sharing wedding photographs from a wedding where he was hired as the DJ. The DJ brought his camera and photographed the majority of the days events and then went on to post them to Facebook the next day under an umbrella company that also offers photography services.
Did he overstep his bounds? Do other vendors have the right to photograph the wedding? How can we as wedding photographers do a better job of working with our fellow wedding vendors? On this week’s episode we discuss this situation and share our thoughts on how we would have each handled it.
- DJ sparks outcry from photographers after shooting and sharing wedding photos
- What is #weddingphotogate and why should photographers care?
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