Wedding photography is a form of art and like any art form, it has to be mastered and perfected. Yet of course, it does not simply with that. Besides mastery of the craft, an effective wedding photographer also has to at least get acquainted with another important aspect of wedding photography—the business.
In case you haven't heard of it yet, Exposure Photo and Video's Val Porras is making is cameras fly and he is loving it. By doing so, he is really taking his craft to a higher level—both literally and figuratively...
They say time flies when you are having fun. On your wedding day, for sure, you won't really notice the clock ticking. And before you know it, your big day is already about to end. Sure, you can no longer stretch the day and stop everything from ending for time continues moving, eventually. But what you can do is have photographs so you can relive the magic of the day over and over.
In choosing a wedding photographer or videographer, there are a number of factors that you usually consider such as experience, online portfolio (as tangible evidence of experience), packages offered, price range, and testimonials/references. ...
Wedding photography is universal; it cuts across culture. Thus, even a difference in language does not hamper one to do photography across continents. Though there may be differences in perspectives, ceremonies, and ways of life, the wedding photographer has just two main goals: first, to chronicle the events, and second, to capture the moments so that they could forever be remembered. As long as these goals are met, the approach would not matter. After all, art is an expression.
Lito Genilo of Smart Shot Studio became one of the two Filipinos to make it to the list of "Masters of WPPI". The honors of Excellence status is achieved every year by noted photographers from a member's four top-scoring entries from the First and Second Half online completion or the annual 16x20 Print, Album and Filmmaking competition.
There are so many out-of-town locations, popular tourist attractions where you can do your prenuptial shoot. While they may be your dream locations, the weather may not be cooperative during the rainy season. These places may also require processing permits or charge high fees. Photographers may also bill you extra for out-of-town service. And then there is the issue of your available time to take care of all these.
When it comes to photography, it's not always the location that makes the shoot a challenge—sometimes, it's the theme. As a couple, you want to step out of the conventions. Now with the rise of non-traditional weddings and wedding rituals, the same can be said about strange and peculiar wedding prenuptial themes to show as a preview for your wedding.