Category archives: Wedding Tips
- Working with a Winter Engagement Sessions
Shooting an engagement session in the winter can be a bit of a tricky affair. Light can vanish in an instant. Snot flurrys and bitter cold can make a shoot less then ideal. But don't let that disuade you from scheduling an engagement session in a winter [...]
- Wedding Invitations: Say it With Type
We have a thing for great images. What can we say, we're photographers, and a photo is worth a thousand words.
But we're sticklers for great designs too. And we have to say, typographic wedding invitations always catch our eye.
Take for instance this be[...]
- Renegade Photography + Wedding Paper Divas = Awesome
Wedding Paper Divas is a hard site not to love. With a full selection of save the date cards, enagement announcements, invitations, and dang near anything else you can think of, they are a fantastic resource for those DIY brides with a sense of[...]
- A Renegade Approach to Engagement Photography
We love engagement sessions.
While we meet with our clients fairly often to get a good feel of interacting with them, the engagement session is one of the best ways for us to interact with our clients before their big date.
Engagement sessions c[...]
How Long Should I Plan for Photos?
Everybody wonders just how long they should plan for formal photography.
They've heard it from every client. So don't feel intimidated to ask your photographer what they feel will work best for you. The answer truly depends on what you want. If [...]
How to Chose A Wedding Photographer
This is a question I recieve moreso from friends and family then from potential clients, but it's one of the biggest questions a couple have to wrestle with when planning their big day.
And the truth of the matter is this. Find someone who's work compels you [...]
Why You Should Chose A Professional Wedding Photographer
Let me preface this by saying that if wedding photography is not high on your list of priorities, you can stop reading right now. Honestly, this article isn't for you, and it's perfectly fine having Uncle Gary shoot your wedding. If you jus[...]
- I've been asked quite a few times, how do you approach weddings. And after five years of shooting, I have to say I tend to fragment wedding photography into two very distinctive approaches.
Storytelling vs. Heirloom Photography
Sitting on my desk is rather neat carousel of photographs. In it I h[...]