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Wedding Photography: The Romantic Portrait Session
Wedding Photography: The Romantic Portrait Session
Neil van Niekerk
Learn posing, lighting and editing techniques to capture the unforgettable wedding portraits of your clients' dreams.
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Take charge of a hectic wedding shoot and capture polished family photos that will wow your clients!
Neil van Niekerk
with Neil van Niekerk
Learn posing and lighting techniques to make every bride look her very best!
Kathryn Krueger
with Kathryn Krueger
Develop your signature style as you learn to create unique compositions, work with available light and capture compelling images of honest emotion.
Kirsten Lewis
with Kirsten Lewis
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If you're paired off, you know the drill. Mention the word “wedding” and the price of everything triples. Add “custom” and prepare to hand over you first-born. Sure, we all want a one-of-a-kind wedding that doesn't drain our life savings, and some things are easy to handle on your own — you can DIY your invitations or make rad photo booth props on the cheap. But for a newbie, flower arranging seems like one area where you have to bring in a pro... right? Not quite.
Everyone is always asking me what piece of fancy gear will make their photos better. The truth is, while new equipment is nice, it’s unlikely to improve your work on its own. In fact, extraordinary photos are made all the time on basic equipment (you've seen those iPhone ads!). Instead, I clue newbies in on the real secret for awesome shots: Make more photographs, don't snap more frames. Commit that motto to memory, grab your camera, and let's get started.
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