Finding a wedding photographer that works well with you and your fiancé, and has a style that compliments yours is such an important decision. Hopefully, our website will help you with that! I want nothing more than to make your experience an enjoyable and unforgettable one! Let's take some time to get to know each other a bit better...
When it comes to my business emails I want to make damn sure to cover my ass when it comes to client communication and managing my email system.
While Lindsay is busy nesting and packing her hospital bag I’m also doing a little bit of planning on my own. Film stock has been chosen, my own bags have been packed, and a brand new Pinterest board for Motherhood Portraits has been created just for her.
Today’s blog post is for the brides and grooms who want to learn more about how you can ensure you’re getting the reception images of your dreams for your wedding. This post may also come in super handy if you’re in the middle of planning your wedding and you’re curious about how your wedding photographer schedules your timeline so you can have those beautiful images of untouched reception areas. I absolutely adore having the chance to share tips with my couples in our For Brides blog series and I’m confident that this post is going to be a helpful addition!
Our workflow and routine is one that we follow with every single one of our couple’s wedding days in mind. Having such an organized routine has not only helped calm my nerves and lessen the risk of forgetting something important, but it has also helped us stay ahead of our wedding day schedules.
Today’s quick tutorial will show you exactly how to add questions to Facebook Group requests. Doing this will help you vet those who are trying to access the content you’re sharing, and will help you weed out any bots or people with malicious intent. Facebook recently made this feature available to use a little more than 6 months ago, so I’m sure you’ve seen it in use already. But you might be having some issues figuring out how to do this yourself. Let me show you how!
Melissa and David met me on a hot summer day at Running Hare Vineyard in Prince Frederick, Maryland. The weather toyed with us for a while, requiring us to reschedule our portraits – so much like a few of my other couples this year. But despite the heat, we had a full night of laughter and jokes. (No seriously, ask David to make a “GQ face”. You’ll get immediate laughter!!)