Category Archives: For Photographers

This is part two in a series about photographing destination weddings. See part one for tips about flying first class for free, building loyalty with airlines, and more. After photographing destination weddings for the past 11 years, I’ve learned the ins and outs of traveling. Traveling for fun and traveling for work are quite different. […]

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This is part one in a series about photographing destination weddings. Next week, I’ll be covering everything about pricing, packing, and preparing for destination weddings. Brendan and I travel frequently for our careers. We’ve learned how to work the system to make our time away from home enjoyable. Even better, we’ve learned how to make […]

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I’m elated to introduce y’all to my spring intern, Emma! I’ve already had the pleasure of working with her for the past three weddings, and she’s incredibly talented + kind-hearted. I can’t wait to see how she grows over the rest of the spring season. I always ask my interns to write a bit about […]

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I recently judged the winter contest for the International Society of Professional Wedding Photographers (ISPWP), and I believe I took more away from the process than the time I gave to volunteer.  First, let me me say that contests aren’t everything. This isn’t why I’m a photographer in the least. However, it is always helpful to have […]

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