- Real-life Stories, Advice and Interviews -
– Real-life Stories, Advice and Interviews –
This book is an honest and un-convoluted look at the highs and lows of wedding photography. It’s full of everything you didn’t realise you wanted to know, and some things other books simply don’t talk about. It’s full of stories told by wedding photographers around New Zealand and the world, stories of triumph and of woe. Read this if you’re an aspiring wedding photographer and you’ll be a little more prepared. If you already photograph weddings, pull up a seat, you’ll feel right at home.
When I started photographing weddings over a decade ago I had NO IDEA what I was doing. I don’t mean I didn’t know how to take a good picture as much as I was just guessing as to how to run a wedding photography business. Many things I learned the hard way, and after talking to wedding photographers over that time, I realise that I was not alone in my cluelessness. So I’m here to give aspiring wedding photographers a ‘leg up’ about the stuff people might not have told you already. I’m not talking lighting and posing, although there is a little bit of that in there, this is mostly a conversation about the OTHER STUFF.
It’s a big, chunky, 232 pretty pages of advice, interviews, stories and general wedding photography goodness.
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I’m glad you asked. I’m a wife of one, a mother of six and a photographer of hundreds of weddings so far, in New Zealand, Australia and Europe. I know how it feels to build a business from the ground up, juggling a creative, busy mind with the everyday struggles and beauty of family life.
IRIS 2018 Book Photographer Of The Year, and an accredited member of the NZIPP (New Zealand Institute of Professional Photography) and I’m good at ugly selfies. There’s oodles more about me here: