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Overjoyed to be featured on Style Me Pretty’s Little Black Book. The picturesque Martis Camp played host to the lovely bride and groom Julia and Seth Nobmann. Check out the feature to see beautiful arrangements from Stems by Diana and the immaculate attention to detail by Summit Soiree.
You can see the full feature here Style Me Pretty’s Little Black Book.
I was super excited to be a guest on Mitch Aunger’s planet 5D podcast , which is an awesome and comprehensive resource for all things HDSLR and photography. We talked about my dream job, my favorite gear and why I love Google+! Watch the video to learn my tips on portrait photography, what I’ve learned about copyright and building your kit wisely.
The gorgeous scenery, the exotic unfamiliarity, the myriad of colors and details offered by the natural surroundings all make a destination wedding a dream for any photographer. I’m ecstatic that one of my favorite wedding resources, Destination Weddings & Honeymoons – the definitive guide to weddings away from home – has included me in its A-List of top wedding photographers. Along with esteemed colleagues such as Elizabeth Messina, Mike Colon and Kenny Kim, Catherine Hall Studios is also featured on the magazine’s website. Thank you, Susan and Diane!
Since I started experimenting with artificial lighting, I’ve become a fervent evangelist of Profoto – known for creating and shaping absolutely gorgeous light. I am extremely excited to be interviewed and have my work featured on Profoto‘s blog. Thank you, Ron Egatz, for the wonderful and insightful article into my background and lighting journey. Here’s an excerpt:
“I was relying on natural light because I was actually scared of strobe,” she says. “I wrote about my lighting journey on my blog. It’s basically about the fact I was scared of strobe and used natural light as a crutch more than anything.”
Quick to point out she feels strobe isn’t better than natural light, nor vice versa, Hall believes every individual environment, situation, and shoot is unique. “To be the best photographer you can possibly be, you need to have all the tools at your disposal,” she says. Using artificial lights in ways she hasn’t before continues to revolutionize her approach, ability, and things she can do.”
Read the full article here.