Read This Before Hiring A Wedding Photographer

If you are running the gamut of searching for a wedding photographer, there are a few things you should know. Even though a wedding photographer could come with a hefty price tag, it is one thing that you don't want to skimp on at your wedding. That is, the cake will come and go, the food will eventually be forgotten, the dance moves will go out of style, and the decorations aren't going to make or break the evening. Read More 

3 Reasons To Shoot Wedding Photos At An Abandoned Building

If you're a wedding photographer who wants to suggest a unique site for his or her clients, you might wish to toss out the idea of visiting an abandoned building in the area. This idea might initially seem unconventional, but it's important to remember that not every newly married couple wants to have their photos taken in a garden or outside of a church.  If you and the couple can brainstorm some abandoned buildings, perhaps actually visiting a few in advance of the wedding day to carefully assess them, you may agree to move forward with this idea. Read More 

Hire A Wedding Photographer For The Day That You Create Your Invitations

If you're making your own wedding invitations, which is something that many couples do today, this will be a big and exciting day as your wedding ceremony draws closer. On this day, you may invite some members of your family and bridal party to share in the fun with you — and you should also think about inviting your wedding photographer. A wedding photographer isn't just an ally on the day of the wedding ceremony. Read More 

Don’t Let Your Amateur Photographer Friend Photograph Your Wedding

Your wedding is a major life milestone that you will remember for the rest of your time on this mortal coil. It's obviously an event you want to be memorable but at the same time, weddings can be expensive and it's understandable if you are looking for a few shortcuts to save you some money. One common thing that some couples do to save some cash is to ask a friend who fancies him or herself a semi-pro photographer to shoot some images for them. Read More 

Continuity Issues To Watch For When Shooting With A Drone

Using a drone to shoot video for any type of project provides you with an opportunity to not only capture incredible footage, but also get it at a fraction of what you'd spend hiring a helicopter and film crew. Regardless of the type of project for which you're shooting, you might sometimes need to shoot over the course of two days. If so, you'll need to keep a number of continuity issues in mind so that your finished project looks seamless. Read More