Finding the Right Photographer for Your Event

Finding the Right Photographer for Your Event

  • Creating Your Own "Old-Time" Photo Sessions

    "Old time" photos are a fun way for people to remember vacations. If you are interested in starting your own photography business in your home town, it's worth knowing how to make your photos look old-fashioned and what else you need to do in order to create dynamic and interesting shots. Understanding How to "Age" Photos There are a variety of ways that you can "age" your photos to make them appear older.

  • Tips For Creating A Great Storyboard

    If you are planning on shooting stock photography or some other video, you are going to need to storyboard your ideas in order to make sure that you have a clear road map for your video. This will allow your video to have consistent tone and style, as well as a coherent story line should you be planning to add one. Here are some tips for creating a great storyboard for your video.

  • 5 Tips To Make Laughter The Best Medicine For Your Wedding Photos

    Few things look better in wedding photos than genuine, heartfelt smiles and laughter. But getting guests, family, and bridal party members to laugh and enjoy themselves during a long day and multiple photo shoots can be next to impossible. So, how can you get your friends and family to smile like they mean it? Here are 5 tips for any wedding, whether you're just snapping photos or taking professional pictures.

  • Slide Show Tips For Your Wedding

    Slide shows are a great way to entertain your guests at your wedding reception. It can get a little boring in that period of time before or after dinner when there's a lull in your reception and there's only so much polite conversation to be had. The addition of the slide show can help not only conjure up a few laughs, but get your guests to reminisce about the past a bit as well.

About Me

Finding the Right Photographer for Your Event

The best way to keep your special memories alive is to hire a professional photographer to capture them as they happen. But after working with hundreds of professionals over the years as a special events planner, I know first hand that not all photographers are created equally. Some can really focus in on their human subjects to capture emotion that comes right out of the photos, while others are more attuned to making the surroundings in a photo stand out like a 3D feature. So I figured that I could help people who are looking to hire a photography find the best possible fit for the occasion that is going to be documented. Learn the right questions to ask, find out what types of skills to look for, and figure out what tools and resources are needed to capture all the details of your special event.