Welcome to Spotlighting. Here I will spotlight new and interesting wedding details that I find in a hope to be a reliable resource to my brides and families. Here you will find honest, unsolicited advice and recommendations. Hopefully, you will also gain valuable insight in to who I am and how I view my work!

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Assuring Your Photographer Understands Your Style

Photography is subjective. The concept alone conjures different ideas for different people. To make sure you're on the
same page with your photographer, I suggest looking through current
magazines and photography books with your photographer. Sitting
down together and discussing style is sometimes not enough. If you
want to make certain that you have related your wishes to your photographer and that he or she has a clear understanding of your
wedding day photography, this is a wonderful exercise. I keep on
hand in my office not only contemporary magazines and photography
books but also ones that are decades old. Although dresses and decor become outdated, I find that a classic look and elegant styling never go out of fassion. There is a reason
we love those classic images. What better way to find a common
ground between the classic and the contemporary.