Wedding Photography

0 Views ·Posted 05/27/2023
Scott Robert Lim is a master of lighting in any location. Watch this B&H video and learn how he utilizes continuous and natural lighting to capture cinematic portraits and candid photos. 0:00 - Introduction and Overview 2:48 - Wedding Photographers Are the Best 5:57 - What Are Cinematic Weddings? 7:52 - Gear 12:46 - Lim’s Techniques 22:59 - Eight Essential Cinematic Weddings Shots 56:08 - More from Lim, and Recap 1:00:01 - Q&A Is there anything you'd like to add from your own experience? Have at it in the Comments section! Sponsored
0 Plays ·Posted 04/27/2023
Sam Hurd and Dixie Dixon may target different photo markets, yet they both prioritize craft and emphasize a human connection to their subjects. In this week’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast, we get the lowdown on their respective careers in wedding photography and fashion/lifestyle assignment work as part of our coverage of B&H’s 2023 Depth of Field
0 Plays ·Posted 03/23/2023
No matter how you slice it, wedding photography is a fancy business. On this week’s podcast, we take that fancy up a notch in a conversation about luxury wedding photography with James Christianson and Otto Schulze. These former competitors took a giant leap to reinvent themselves as the collaborative partnership James x Schulze, while also adapting their sales strategy to a marketplace where the driving force is want rather than means. Listen in as they describe how they balanced economic risk with the creative freedom to chase small moments
by Bjorn Petersen ·Posted 04/03/2023
When it comes to camera and lens choice, wedding photography is a tricky genre, requiring versatility, speed, and image quality for successful results. Versatility comes in the form of photo and video capabilities since it’s now common to deliver content in both mediums. Speed comes in terms of focusing and burst shooting because a wedding can be a fast-paced event. And image quality, naturally, because a wedding is a beautiful, once-in-a-lifetime experience that deserves to be recorded in the best quality. Building a camera kit to fulfill
0 Views ·Posted 02/19/2022
Join award-winning wedding photographer Andre Brown on his years-long journey of making portraits of men. In this video, Brown shows you how to get better at posing men using lighting, photo composition, cropping, and more. What are your own tips for posing male portrait subjects? Share some in the Comments section!
0 Views ·Posted 01/22/2022
Continuous lights are a helpful asset for wedding photography and will give the wedding photographer an advantage when dealing with indoor venues. Sara France goes behind the scenes on how to light wedding photos―taking portraits of the bride and groom, families, the reception, wedding details, and more. Tell us how you use continuous lighting in your own wedding photos. Sponsored by Stella Pro Lights
0 Views ·Posted 12/04/2021
In this presentation, wedding photographer Jason Vinson explores his various one-light portrait setups. By using a constant light source combined with these lighting techniques, you, too, can create dramatic portraits that will wow your clients. Vinson also briefly covers portrait photography gear, settings, and his editing process. What one-light setups do you use? Tell us about them in the Comments section, below. Sponsored by Stella Pro
0 Views ·Posted 11/27/2021
Whether it's a fashion or wedding photoshoot, portrait lighting and posing can take your photos from okay to great. Professional photographer Roberto Valenzuela takes you behind the scenes to his portrait photography lighting and posing process. You'll learn how to pose and light women and men, from professional models to wedding parties, from in studio to on location. What are some of your own tips for posing and lighting portraits? Share them with us in the Comments area, below.     Sponsored by Lexar
0 Views ·Posted 10/25/2021
Are you photographing your first wedding? Hayden M. Greene shares an in-depth guide on photographing a full wedding, sharing his tips for shooting your first wedding. From meeting the bride and groom to the reception, learn what it takes to photograph an entire wedding. Are you looking to be a wedding photographer? Ask us your questions below!
0 Views ·Posted 10/08/2021
Canon Explorer of Light and wedding photographer Susan Stripling shares her tips on how to work a wedding photo shoot using the sun as your main light source. What are your tips for natural light photography? Share them with us in the Comments section, below.
0 Views ·Posted 05/22/2021
Do you wrestle with exposure issues when you photograph people whose skin tones vary? Petronella Lugemwa shares her tips for photographing people with different skin tones, from shooting to editing errors that are commonly made. No matter what a person’s skin tone, these tips will help you balance your editing style with true-to-life color. Do you have any tips for shooting and editing portraits of people who feature a variety of skin tones? Please share them with our readers in the Comments
by Cory Rice ·Posted 02/23/2023
Whether you are shooting a fashion editorial, a wedding reception, or anything in between, on- and off-camera lighting can make a huge difference outdoors. Natural light is wonderful, but there are scenarios in which you simply cannot run the risk of an unexpected cloud or rapidly setting sun ruining your shot. This article introduces the gear and accessories necessary to be prepared outdoors always, no matter what
by Jill Waterman ·Posted 03/07/2021
In Part 1 of our chat with Stacey Owen, founder of the creative agency Pepper, she describes evolving her own photo business to build an all-women team dedicated to helping other creative entrepreneurs maximize their strategy and hone their process. We continue our conversation below by pivoting to how Owen and her Pepper team spun the isolation and
by Jill Waterman ·Posted 03/07/2021
When faced with the prospect of burnout in her wedding photography business, Stacey Owen’s first thought was to hire an assistant. After realizing that just one person would never be able to handle the diversity of tasks on her to-do list, she founded the company Pepper. More than just an outsourcing service, this women-run agency is on a mission to help creative entrepreneurs take the “BS” out of business stuff. We recently caught up with Owen for an extended Zoom
0 Plays ·Posted 03/04/2021
On today’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast, we welcome wedding and portrait photographer Kesha Lambert. We are excited to speak with Lambert about her approach to wedding photography on today’s show, but she is also speaking at the upcoming 4th annual Depth of Field Portrait, Wedding, and Event Photography Conference, which is a