Without the hands-on experience that comes only from attending a live ceremony, it’s challenging to improve wedding photography or to envision the techniques of master wedding photographers. But this presentation gives us a chance to see an acclaimed wedding photographer at work by staging and recording a mock wedding at the West Side Jewish Center in New York. The seminar was presented by Andy Marcus. His portfolio includes the weddings of Kelsey Grammer, Donald Trump, and many other celebrities. Follow along as he demonstrates his wedding work flow:
During the full-length video seminar, Marcus touches on his equipment, camera settings, lighting, logistics, and interacting with clients. Marcus’s helpful tips, along with his gift for story-telling through images, show us what it takes to be a professional wedding photographer.
“It’s about the consistency of the work. It’s about story telling.”
For Further Training on Wedding Photography:
Check out Simple Wedding Photography, it covers everything you need to know to photograph a wedding and the business behind it. From diagrams of where you should stand throughout the ceremony to advice on all the final deliverables to the client. This 200 page ebook will be useful to wedding photographers of any experience level. It also carries a 60 day guarantee, so there is no risk in trying it.
It can be found here: Simple Wedding Photography eBook
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