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Digital Wedding Photography: Capturing Beautiful Memories
Fully revised and updated! Full-color guide to capturing great wedding images and building a successful photography business82% (6)
This full-color book from acclaimed professional wedding photographer Glen Johnson not only teaches you how to take memorable photos, it also shows you how to start a wedding photography business. Packed with great tips and savvy advice, this new edition helps you set up efficient workflows, choose camera equipment, manipulate images, make impressive presentations, and launch smart, photo-based marketing strategies to build your business. Best of all, it's loaded with new, superb photos that illustrate photography techniques.
Shows you how to set up and capture beautiful photos, posed or candid, in all kinds of settings, for weddings and other special events
Offers practical marketing strategies for building your own photography business, including how to build a fantastic Web site that attracts clients
Covers current camera equipment and accessories, post-shoot digital darkroom techniques, digital editing software, and how to print your images successfully
Gives you invaluable insights and tips from the author, who is one of the country's top wedding and special events photographers
Capture better pictures of some of life's most memorable events—and build a sucessful photography business—with this indispensable guide!
From the Author: 5 Tips for Wedding Photography
1) Get to know how your camera reacts to different types of scenes so you can respond quickly during a wedding. This is especially important for extreme light situations, like when the scene is filled with something white or black, or when there is a small shaft of light where you want the proper exposure. Knowing how to react to these situations in advance will allow you to catch moments that pass by quickly.
2) Spend the extra time and energy it takes to really learn how to use Lightroom well. Far too many new photographers expend time learning Photoshop first when Lightroom is a much more valuable tool for the wedding photographer.
3) Spend time and money on networking with other wedding vendors and especially with other photographers. Every friend you make in the business will funnel clients your way.
4) Invest time in learning how to make your own website and how to incorporate basic Search Engine Optimization. The returns you get from this work will reap huge benefits over the years because it opens the door to worldwide advertising which is far cheaper and easier than any other form of advertising you will ever find.
5) When you first start out, try to find an established photographer that will let you work with them for free. If you can't do that, offer to shoot at least 10-15 weddings for free before you start charging money. That experience, along with reading books, will give you the basic building blocks to get started shooting small weddings for clients with the lowest budget. From there, you can start climbing slowly up the ladder towards better and higher paying jobs.
From the Author: Example Photos
Details: f9, 1.3 seconds, ISO 1250, 16mm
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Details: f4.5, 1/180 second, ISO 1600, 21mm
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Details: f2.8, 1/30 second, ISO 4000, 16mm
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Many semi-pro and professional wedding photographers are looking to "wake up" their style, stay current, and stimulate business. And today, that means lifestyle photography, also referred to as "fine art wedding photography." Fine art wedding photography isn't just a catchy phrase; it's a modern approach in which design is paramount. Fine art wedding images are more graphic and stylized than traditional wedding photojournalism, as if they were pulled from the pages of a glossy wedding or lifestyle magazine.See also:
Acclaimed wedding photographer Jose Villa was a pioneer in fine art wedding photography before it became a trendy buzzword. Here, he shares his secrets for bringing a stylized sense of composition, lighting, posing, and most important, design, to your images, while still keeping them organic and narrative. You’ll learn Jose’s trademark technique of capturing the more natural moment after a pose, and tips for getting images right in-camera to avoid the need for heavy postproduction. Final chapters show you how to integrate design through the delivered product, whether an album or slideshow, and continue nurturing clients after the wedding by expanding to baby and family portraiture.
Packed with real-life examples, solid techniques, and stunning images from one of the wedding industry's brightest stars, this book will both educate and inspire photographers seeking to update their work and satisfy a new generation of brides.
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