There is a delicate balance between planning your event around the timing of your photos and planning the photography around the timeline of your event. After all, it’s not about the photography. It’s about having all of your friends and family together to celebrate love and life. That is the priority. How do you plan your day accordingly?
Times have changed over the 18 years I have been a wedding and event photographer. For a long time, the majority of my clients would expect an album – and often one for the parents and/or family members. Although the majority of my clients still feel the same, it’s no longer a given. So what’s changed? Based on my experience, I’d like to share what I believe are among the factors for this fairly recent shift and also to discuss when and why I believe wedding and event albums are important.
One of the most beautiful things about being a wedding and event photographer is the constant opportunity to see and document love. And many times, this love extends to those we have lost and miss. I’ve been touched by the beautiful tributes my clients have paid to their loved ones, and listing some of the most memorable for you to consider for your wedding or event.
My mom and I went together to the Boston Women's March For America. How awesome it was to experience history in the making on such a large scale. Top that off with the company of my own mom. A great day indeed.
PART 1 | Rosecliff, Newport, Rhode Island Rosecliff in Newport is one of my favorite wedding and event venues to photograph in Rhode Island. I’d compare the light and environment of Rosecliff to a thumbprint: no two days are alike, which is inspiring.
PART 2 | Completing Your Photography Search: Brief Technical Advice for the Non tech/creative If you don't know a lot about photography, how do you form the right questions? Here I will attempt to make some sense of the basics and help guide you in your next steps towards choosing the right wedding or event photographer.