15 September 2010
to make a mistake....
That's what I love about
not being the photographer "on-duty"
every once in a while.....
Creativity is stifled by pressure....
there is such freedom in
doing something for fun....
13 September 2010
and that was a good thing...
I attended a very special wedding this weekend.
I was not the photographer for this event,
but a friend of mine was....
and she was working quite hard.
It seems that the family had a friend that showed up
to shoot the wedding too.
I am not sure which side of the family,
but let's just say that this is a huge
When hiring a photographer for an event such as
a wedding, it is wise to read your contract carefully,
and ask if the shooter minds someone else shooting too.
Believe me, it will already be covered in the contract.
A wedding is a very emotionally charged event.
and people act strangely at times
and well.....the very last thing you want to do
is pay someone to capture the moment, and
then allow "Uncle Festus" to
get in their way
there it is...a little bit of advice for all you
Baby Boomers, like me who have children,
who might just be getting married soon....
don't invest your money, and then sabotage
the whole process.