jaclyn and i (being the fun loving couple that we are) always take pictures of each other working at weddings, engagements, portrait shoots, etc. sometimes they are of us actually working, sometimes it's of us contorting our bodies to get the right shot, shoetimes it's just our own silly faces, sometimes it's a test shot of each other, etc. we have a folder on our computer that we save all of these images in....it is now well over 2000 images!!! we finally decided to put together a compilation of some of our favorite images....
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wpja feature article...again
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for you clif notes type folks....here are a couple pertinent quotes :)
* Introducing your wedding photojournalist to your wedding party is key, says WPJA member Nate Kaiser, stressing the importance of the informational introduction. Say something like Hey everyone, this is Nate. Hes a wedding photojournalist, which means he takes candids. You need to preface the style. Its pre-wedding instruction, he says. A few of his bridal parties have actually circulated wedding day handbooks, including a line or two about the wedding photojournalist and how to act (or not act) for the camera. Its really important to let them know they dont have to stop and smile and pose for the photographer, he says.
* Kaiser offers a couple of examples of how your wedding party can be detrimental to good wedding photojournalism. First, theres the quintessential frat party photo: The group that wont let you take a candid shot without stopping and grabbing their friends, who all throw their beer can at the camera. Then, even more annoying (because the wedding photojournalist takes the brunt of the scorn) theres the person who takes personal offense to the efforts: The moment you train your lens, you get the look of death that says What are you doing? Get away from me.
* Kaiser recommends appointing a go-to person, like the maid-of-honor or a sibling, who knows all the family members and important guests. He usually asks the couple before the wedding to designate someone to find missing people, so the bride and groom dont have to worry about it. Last year Kaiser shot a 600-person Chinese wedding, and no matter how much he tried to negotiate, they wanted 45 formal group shots. An incredibly helpful and outgoing groomsman stood at the front of the church and barked orders to families, and they got through 45 formal groupings in 25 minutes. He rocked, says Kaiser. And were actually shooting his wedding this year.
here's me laughing at justin napping away :)
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me being the insomniac that i am was up at my usual 5:30 this morning....for those of you normal sleepers out there, that would be before sunrise. this morning's sunrise was exceptionally nice so i just had to take a pic....have a great weekend!
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