Getting Started in Wedding Photography

by | Jul 26, 2013 | Perspective, Tips & Tricks | 0 comments

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It’s neat to see how what I’m learning in the Bible sometimes relates to the work I happen to be doing at the time. This week, I’ve been in Matthew 19 studying the command of Christ to “Honor Marriage.” And it was this week that a friend of mine wrote to ask if I could shoot his wedding. So I did what I always do when a request comes in and wrote him back with this little pamphlet that details my services and prices.

Wedding Photography

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As you can see, the pamphlet also explains a list of criteria that helps the potential client determine if Lenspiration is the best photography option for their wedding due to my specialization in shooting Christian conservative weddings. And as a final touch, I included a link to my Wedding Portfolio where they can see my style as revealed in previous weddings at which I’ve taken pictures.

I’ll be handing out this pamphlet and explaining it in more detail at the CAPTURE workshops, but what I’ve learned in photography (and continue to learn!) is no secret and I hope this kind of information is helpful to anyone who is just starting in wedding photography. It’s at least the sort of thing that I would have found helpful when I was just getting started. Smile

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