A simple element to look for during the day that will greatly improve your photos particularly when you need to tone down bright, over-exposed spots that have previously ruined the entire photo.
All megapixels are not created equally. In fact, for the most part, they don’t mean anything. Almost any new camera you can buy today has enough megapixels to print pictures up to 11×14 inches. There are a few other things to consider. The short list includes speed, lens, and batteries.
On the bright side there is an accelerating need for images. On the downside, image theft is rampant, image supply is infinite, and old distribution models are crumbling.
Budgets are meant to be a guideline, not an exact. Instead of using dollar amounts, I believe a bride should rank their vendors in order of importance. Then you have a little wiggle room. If you get a better deal than expected on vendor number 5, you may be able to splurge a little bit on your number one and two! I also believe that video and photography are the two most important vendors at a wedding. When the stories run out and the memories fade, the photographs and video are there to help you relive the day exactly as it was.
Jenay (Vision Photography): The most important thing a bride should consider is style and the connection between herself and who she chooses. The biggest mistake a bride can make is choosing someone because they were the lowest price. The wedding day goes by so fast and all the couple will have to remember the day are their photographs and video. It’s extremely important to make sure they have someone they can trust to tell the day exactly how they envisioned it. Some photographers are pushy and will try to take over the day based on how they think it should be. Be sure to know what the photographer is like. Be sure to ask how they work on the day of the event.
Ask for help from your friends who recently married. Advices from them will surely help you a lot because they’ve gone through what you are going through now. Ask for references, if they know of some photographers who fit your qualifications.
For several years now jewelry making has become my focus. I usually end up making things out of need. I am sure at one point I needed a necklace to go with an outfit and did not have the right item. So off to my studio to find something and create it. Other times people suggest things to me. They assume I can make it, so i do! Sometimes I just go into my studio and start working with different materials and one idea leads to another and something fabulous comes out of it!