Archive for 2010
Moreover, the fine folks at Junebug selected one of my images–of Joan and Lawrence‘s once-in-a-lifetime day at the Ritz Carlton in Half Moon Bay–to represent its San Francisco Wedding Photographers section. I’m thrilled.
I have been anticipating the launch of Junebug Weddings for a long time, and it’s a joy to see the careful cultivation and hard labor of a group of committed entrepreneurs comes to pass.
Congratulations, Junebug Weddings. Thank you for your exceptional contribution to the wedding-photography industry and your support for my studios work!
This is my third interview with Chris Marquardt on the topic of People Photography. As always, I thoroughly enjoyed discussing a broad range of topics with Chris.In this video I speak about a few of my images and the story behind each one. I also elaborate on the powerful role that patience and persistence play in capturing the best images. Plus, I share my secret to selecting my best images by calling on the opinion of close friends. Finally, Chris and I discuss the power of lighting and I hint at my exploration with new lighting techniques — if you are interested in learning more about my exciting experience with lighting, you can check out my lighting journey blog series.
Next Thursday, May 25th, I am excited to be a speaker for PDN’s Focus on Wedding and Portrait Photography Virtual Event. The two-day virtual event for photographers is designed to be very interactive, informative, and inspirational. This expo is full of excellent speakers, very well versed in the world of promotion, marketing, and what it takes to be a successful photographer. Even better, by being a virtual event, PDN’s Focus on Wedding and Portrait Photography is accessible to anyone logging in from any location.
I really like the idea of creating an online space to provide free and informative content to a large and deserving audience. The webinars, virtual booths, and speakers really provide a well rounded and truly exceptional event requiring literally nothing but a desire to learn and improve your approach to photography. I am looking forward to sharing my business and marketing philosophy about building relationships with clients, branding, and niche marketing. I am also really excited to learn some great tips from the impressive array of professionals that will be speaking. I hope you check out the expo and even stop by my virtual booth for a chat. *My speech is sponsored by Digilabs