Prepare For A Professional Photo Shoot

Have you always thought that you may have what it takes to make it as a fashion model? Perhaps, you have been inspired as you listened to your friend tell you about their life as a model or have received prompts from loved ones to test the waters as a potential model. The first step to becoming a fashion model is going through a professional photo shoot and creating a portfolio that can be shared with recruiters. Read More 

Ideas For Custom Designed Photography Backdrops

When you are looking for custom designed photography backdrops you want to make sure you have all the selection you need for the wide variety of clients you will have. The more versatile choices you have, the more successful your photo shoots will be and the smoother they will go. Here are some good ideas of some custom designed photography backdrops you may want to be sure you have on hand: Read More 

Having A Large Wedding? 3 Reasons To Consider Hiring 2 Photographers

When a couple plans a small- to medium-sized wedding, they may not have a problem with finding a single photographer who can meet all their photo-related needs. But you may be planning a large wedding at a sizeable venue for the ceremony and reception. This can create some complications when it comes to getting all the photos that you want for the wedding. An excellent way to eliminate issues is by hiring two photographers. Read More 

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