Being the main photography at an event is a great responsibility. You find yourself setting up the bridal party and on call for the bride or groom whenever they need a photo. It’s a position where you a lot spend time directing both the Second shooter & wedding guests.
It’s critical to do a few things just after you’ve taken pictures because just as important as capturing the day, is preserving what was captured.
I have spent weeks on end trying to choose the perfect lens, only to find out it’s not long enough or bright enough. In fact I have spent twice as much time choosing the right camera and in the end realized that it’s not as good as the next.
I’ve been using At&t prepaid service for little over 2 years and I must say I don’t regret it. I was skeptical at 1st thinking I’d notice a drastic difference in speed and signal but that wasn’t the case.
The 3 Reasons I use Affinity Photo all have to do with replacing Adobe Photoshop. Adobe has been considered the gold standard for the majority of professionals for decades, however I believe that their methods of business are making them lose customers by the hundreds when you read my reasons you’ll understand.
Recently I had a experience with Canon repair service which will explain why I use Canon Professional services. Whenever something is broken or doesn’t work as intended, many of us are hesitant to take it in for repair. This I’m sure has a great deal to do with the fact that we just don’t know what will happen.
In 2005 my teacher and friend Ryan Johnson introduced me to a book called Story By Robert Mckee. I began reading and realized that there is more to filming and photography than I thought I knew. The book covered a very interesting point that everywhere we go we are faced with stories.