Light is a key ingredient in the recipe for great wedding photos. In this post you will learn about indoor and artificial light and how that affects your wedding pictures.
Why do photographers hate blue skies and prefer cloudy days? Find out in this first part of a two-part series on how light affects your wedding photography.
Many wedding couples are opting for only digital images from their wedding photographers. So what happens when today’s technology get’s replaced and you can no longer look at your beautiful images? The solution is pretty easy. Get them printed so you can enjoy them for the years to come.
When you hire a wedding photographer for your wedding day, you’re hiring a professional with a great deal of experience to capture your most special moments. You’ve chosen them for their artistic vision and you’re
If you’re planning a wedding, you’ve probably got a long list of things that you need to book for your wedding day. On the top of that list might be a venue and perhaps a
Do you have a bucket list? A list of places you’ve always wanted to travel to and things you’ve always wanted to do? I do! And not only do I have a personal bucket list,
With almost every new enquiry I receive, during our first Skype call, it usually comes up in conversation how much they love my natural relaxed wedding photos. And then comes the same question, from almost
Iceland first stole my heart in November 2014 when Menno and I visited for our honeymoon. I’d just purchased my first DSLR camera and I had ambitions of being the next National Geographic contributer. In
For some reason there’s some big aura of mystery and myth around the editing of wedding photos, so I thought I’d do a little post on what is involved when I edit a wedding. Let’s
As digital camera technology is getting better every day, photography has become more and more popular. Anyone can go out there and buy a DSLR, mirrorless camera or iphone and learn a thing or two