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Best wishes — the question was popped. Now, you have to start the process of planning THE BIG DAY! There is a lot to do and the more time you allot yourself, the less stress you will have planning the wedding. What questions should you consider when hiring a wedding photographer?
When you think about “Red Carpet” photography, you think of those Hollywood-type events where all of the stars are walking across the Red Carpet. The paparazzi are snapping pictures with a logo in the background.
You (or your boss) has asked you to create this type of event. What do you do now?
Do you need to update your Linked In headshot? You might be able to get away with using your cell phone, if you follow these simple tips.
The demand for good content and eye catching media increases as the digital market grows. Check out the 4 things you need to consider when hiring a Service or Product Photographer.
An event photography does more than provide a visual record of your conference, they capture moments for those who couldn’t attend. This is something that a person with a cellphone camera can’t really capture.
How many brides out there have friends or relatives who “DO” photography? Sometimes, they will give you a break on price, other times they might offer to do your photos as a gift.
Here’s a unique situation — a company is having their awards banquet. Since most of the employees from other locations will be present, they ALSO want to get corporate headshots.
Right now, we are in the process of gathering information for a Wedding Venue Review. We will be talking to brides as well as vendors.
Each February, Macy’s links their customers with the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women movement.
When you first get engaged, your thoughts go to “the big day” itself. WHO will be marrying you (preacher, priest, justice of the peace)? The next thing is WHERE will you be married (church, catering hall, backyard, etc…)