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Posted 08/03/20
Looking to get into the wedding photography business, but don’t know how to get started? Professional wedding photographer Kiamarie Stone breaks down the ins and outs of the business side of wedding photography, such as the importance of having a photography website, social media marketing, and personal branding. With Kiamarie's expertise, you'll be on the right path to your new career! After learning how to get started in this field, check out the following on Explora's Wedding page for more on wedding photography and running a photography business. How to Promote Your Photography Business through Content Marketing Podcast: Finding Your Niche in Wedding Photography How to Deliver Your Wedding Photos to Clients Creative Storytelling in Wedding Photography Wedding Videography: The Do's and Don’ts According to Matthew Van Ness
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Posted 04/25/18
Fashion and wedding photographer Jerry Ghionis is obsessed with light, and he stresses the need to consider the correct lighting when choosing location and subject matter for a shoot. He also emphasizes that the use of shadows and lack of light is what gives photographs a sense of depth, dimension, and beauty.
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Posted 04/24/18
Join the Colagrossis as they discuss the trials and tribulations they experienced on their way to becoming successful, intimate wedding photographers. These niche photographers emphasize the need to pay attention to the little details beyond the bride and groom, and they stress the importance of charging customers what you feel you are worth.
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Posted 01/30/18
In this B&H Event Space video, wedding photographers Laibel and Chana Schwartz show you how to create great portraits in less than desirable environments, allowing you to come away with happy customers, as well as elements for a noteworthy portfolio. During this presentation, the Schwartzes discuss the seven techniques they use to produce beautiful portraiture in any setting, despite tacky backgrounds. Learn their tips for finding your happy spot, thinking outside your box, changing your perspective, styling things yourself, or even hitting the road and leaving the event hall. After watching, you’ll walk away with the tools in your pocket to create images that transcend their origin and come alive in your camera.
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