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.
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Portrait and wedding photographer Kesha Lambert talks about her career progression from lawyer to Sony Artisan of Imagery and shares her five tips for posing couples in order to get beautifully candid images during a photoshoot.
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Photographer Jide Alakja shares five quick tips to create Lightroom presets for your wedding work. Tips includes using complementary colors to improve skin tone and employing vignettes to draw the viewer’s focus to focal point—just to name a few. Check out the full video for additional useful Lightroom techniques.
509 Views· Posted 04/15/2019
In this video, professional wedding photographer Cliff Mautner lays out his five essential tips for telling a story while shooting a wedding. Follow along as Mautner shares invaluable insights that will help you become a better wedding photographer. When you’re finished, be sure to check out the rest of our wide selection of instructional and informative videos, at BandH.com.
119 Views· Posted 02/28/2019
Preparing properly is a very important element of having a successful wedding shoot. Watch this video for five quick tips from Andy Marcus, president of the New York-based Fred Marcus Photography studio, to help you get yourself and your gear ready for your next gig. If you enjoyed this video, there are plenty more informational videos we would love for you to check out at BandH.com.
446 Views· Posted 02/26/2019
In this video, wedding and portrait photographer Susan Stripling provides five quick tips for setting up a successful wedding photography business. Follow along as Stripling shares invaluable insight that will help you get your business up and running. When you’re finished, be sure to check out the rest of our wide selection of instructional and informative videos, at BandH.com.
337 Views· Posted 02/20/2019
Pye Jirsa, co-founder of SLR Lounge, has teamed up with B&H to provide you with some tips and techniques for photographing weddings. Jirsa reviews lighting setups, working with subjects, and how to capture different angles of the same scene. If you want to learn even more, you should check out BandH.com, where we have numerous other informational videos.
725 Views· Posted 09/20/2017
In the following video, photographers Corey Christian and Paige Denkin, of Going Home Productions, explain the unique dynamic that being a couple brings to their wedding photography. They describe how they work together and work with the couple to capture stunning images that encapsulate the essence of the event. Also, Christian and Denkin discuss how their bond, and always having each other’s back, can greatly help the other during the event. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other
6,921 Views· Posted 07/08/2015
In this video presentation, pro wedding photographer Susan Stripling imparts advice for fellow wedding shooters based on her years of experience in the business. She outlines eight pitfalls that if not prepared for, can ruin your whole day, and maybe your client’s wedding photography experience! Inside these tips, Susan shares her thoughts about time management, contingencies, gear issues, and client relationships. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other
6,478 Views· Posted 05/09/2014
Listen as wedding photographer Joe Buissink denotes the difference between selling your work and selling yourself. Buissink contends that if you are passionate about photography, a piece of you is embedded in every image you make. The images sell themselves—it’s your job to sell yourself to potential clients. You see the world in a particular way that is different from the way anyone else sees the world. This is what makes you—and your work—unique. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other
11,298 Views· Posted 04/11/2014
In this quick tutorial, wedding photographer Moshe Zusman talks about how he handles lighting with different tools and light shapers. He suggests using off-camera flash for more creativity; you can start with speed lights, and then advance to studio systems with light-shaping tools such as softboxes, grid diffusers, and umbrellas. For more flexibility, you can use wireless triggering systems to fire your camera and flash. Zusman likes grid diffusers on a softbox because the light is more angular and he has more control; it’s easier to balance
6,000 Views· Posted 04/10/2014
Join Ryan Brenizer as he recommends ways to build your personal style to expand your business. His key concepts are personal and different. Brenizer suggests that you be the best you can be. How can you achieve this? Make pictures that are different from the work of other photographers, pictures that speak to particular clients, that compel your clients to want to hire you not because your photos are the same as others and you’re cheaper, but because they are unique. Create a brand—your inspiration will evolve into your own style.
5,977 Views· Posted 06/04/2012
Here are a few suggestions for wedding photographers looking to expand by printing their own images and adding revenue to their business.
8,084 Views· Posted 06/30/2011
In this video we take a look at using modifiers such as the Gary Fong LightSphere and Pearstone Bounce Dome that can make the difference in your next shoot.