Category Archives: Tips & Tricks

Wedding Strategy Series: Best Tips for Family Photos

Family photo time can be one of the biggest pitfalls of the entire wedding day, and I’m going to share a few tips for helping you navigate this necessary wedding day event so that you stay on schedule by managing this brief and potentially challenging period of time effectively. Have a specific plan I usually…

Wedding Strategy Series: How to Save Money on Your Wedding Photography

Choose a Photographer Local to the Area You can avoid additional travel fees by hiring a photographer located in the area where your wedding is held. Asking a photographer to travel, for example, 100 miles or 2 hours each way to your location will certainly incur extra fees.  That said, if you find a photographer far away whose…

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Follow me on Google+

I just wanted to let you know that a great place to keep up with me is Google+. Since Facebook is a sinking ship for businesses, I’ve found it much easier and more rewarding to connect with new folks on Google+. I will continue to be more and more active over there and reduce my reliability…

How to Get Me to Photograph your Wedding

Hiring your wedding photographer is a two way street. Obviously, you want to choose a photographer whose work, style, and personality reflects the kind of photos you want from your day, but your photographer also has to also choose YOU as well. The photographer-client relationship goes both ways.  For me, accepting a wedding commission is…

High Resolution vs. Low Res

Hopefully this post will explain to you and educate you about the differences between high res vs. low res digital files. In all of my work, whether it’s for weddings, portraits, or commercial food photography, I always provide the high resolution files (if purchased) along with the low resolution versions for your convenience. High Resolution…

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