Category Archives: How To

How to Connect with the Scene | Behind the Lens

I believe that a good photograph has more to do with how the image makes you feel than what camera or settings were used to capture it. With all of the technology advances in 2016, it’s easier than ever to make a great capture. I mean, no-one is making bad cameras anymore. One company that has…

7 Things Your Photographer wants You to Know BEFORE Your Wedding Day

1. A bad mood will kill your pictures! Your mood is key for your wedding day (that goes for everyone else as well). We do our best to capture the smiles and tell a happy story of a blissful wedding day, but there’s not much a photographer can do about people frowning or looking stressed out….

Helpful Hints on Organizing Your Wedding Day Photo Schedule

We don’t consider ourselves wedding planners nor do we market ourselves as such. However, over the last 4 years of doing wedding photography, we’ve helped plan our fair share of weddings. So, with that said, we’d like to share some of the things that we’ve learned along the way. 1. Think about the small things….

What Camera Should I Buy? | A Photographer’s Guide to Buying Your first DSLR Camera

Almost every time I’m out photographing an event I get the question, “What camera should I buy?” Every time I get the opportunity to share my opinions, which sometimes leave people’s jaws hanging. “You mean there are that many options out there!?” they say. So let me take a few moments to clear the air…

The Path | Our Booking Process

How do I book you guys for my wedding? How do I get my pictures? How do I schedule an engagement session? These are some of the questions that I get weekly. So, in the continued effort for keeping things simple and clear, I’ve posted the below path from our initial meeting to receiving your…

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