Wedding Photography Timeline – Tips and Advice

Posted on Jun 5, 2013 in photography | No Comments

Wedding photography is an art. To master it requires being familiar with the minor details, procedures and traditions that are tied up into this special day. This sample timeline outlines a series of steps a professional photographer might experience as well as typical responses and preparations needed to carry out a wedding to completion. Every ...

How hard is it to photograph a wedding?

Posted on Jun 4, 2013 in Uncategorized | No Comments

A couple have successfully sued their wedding photographer for his shoddy coverage of their big day. Anyone can point a camera at a happy couple, but what pitfalls do the professionals face? The memorable shots from Marc and Sylvia Day’s wedding are unusual, to say the least. Decapitated guests, a ceremony hardly visible through the ...

Soundboy UK Before and After

Posted on Jun 4, 2013 in photography | No Comments

A little comparison of the SBUK images before and after!

Review: Canon’s 200-400mm f/4L IS 1.4x Stretches Focal Length and Wallets

Posted on Jun 4, 2013 in photography | No Comments

small bump when not in use, and you simply slide a switch for the additional 8 elements in 4 groups to swing into the optical path, giving you 1.4x more reach at the expense of 1 stop light loss. Balancing a super telephoto lens on a monopod while mounting an extender (especially in the rain ...

Do Software Filters Beat Glass Filters?

Posted on Jun 4, 2013 in photography | No Comments

I was cleaning out my gear drawer recently when I came across a couple of holders for Cokin filters. The filters had long since been sent to an eBay afterlife, but tossing the cases started me thinking, mainly about how I hadn’t missed the things a bit. Surely I’m not the only one who recalls the excitement ...

UK Soundboy

Posted on May 31, 2013 in photography | No Comments

Another Shot from the @UkSoundboy Shoot.

Soundboy UK

Posted on May 31, 2013 in photography | No Comments

  Took this on todays Shoot using off camera flash and a wireless trigger. The flash gun was just to the left of the subject and was powered down to 1/2 of it’s full power and I had a cheap eBay wireless trigger. Both models were fantastic and confident in front of the camera I ...

Dinosaur chases bride!

Posted on May 30, 2013 in photography | No Comments

Here’s a fun wedding photo idea we’ve never seen before: dinosaur photobombing. Baton Rouge, Louisiana-based wedding photographer Quinn Miller created the photograph above this past weekend showing a hungry (and massive) T-Rex chasing after a bridal party that’s running for its life. The photo is even better when you get up close and see the ...

Tips for use of Small flashes

Posted on May 29, 2013 in photography | No Comments

I’ve recently watched Scott Kelby’s tutorial on small flashes and it’s brilliant Small flashes are something that I regularly use on Wedding days. Below are a few tips for those using hot shoe flash Don’t use straight flash (No direct light) to avoid harsh unflattering light. Bounce Flash (Use white surfaces ceilings/ walls) be considerate ...