Do you want to be a destination wedding photographer?
Are you a wedding photographer who's dying to start shooting destination weddings? I was exactly where you were a few years ago, and it has taken plenty of trial and error to figure out what works best. In the video below, as well as the content on this page, I am going to outline the THREE reasons you are NOT booking destination weddings clients, and what you can do to change that.
The New Inexpensive Toy Film Camera
If you know much about my work, you know that I absolutely love to experiment with film imagery. And that means constantly trying out new cameras, new film stocks, and various ways of shooting.
So I couldn't help myself when I discovered this newly designed 35mm film toy camera that was only $35! The Sprite is the perfect way to get into film photography at an inexpensive rate, or to add a little fun to your current work as a photographer....
The Wedding Photographer's 3-Step Guide to Writing Custom Proposals for Wedding Clients
Creating custom proposals for inquiring clients is one of the quickest ways to show both your clients, as well as other industry professionals, that you are up-leveling your business.
So what's the difference between a custom proposal and a pricing guide?
Custom proposals are based off of a pre-determined pricing, yet they are fully customized to the exact, specific needs of each inquiring client. They...
Over the past year, I have begun adding back more and more 35mm film to my work for a few reasons:
- 35mm film is more cost effective (I can shoot more of it for less of an investment).
- The look of 35mm can be conducive to documentary work (that's not to say that medium format isn't).
- The size of 35mm helps with getting documentary shots (smaller camera = less noticeable/intrusive), and is perfect for personal work and travel work.