A quick update tonight on the training I've been taking through Creative Live with Roberto Valenzuela! I'm about two thirds of the way through now and I've see Roberto handle some problematic scenes and I've also learned some amazing, "gold rules" for posing! So I thought I'd share a few with you guys tonight! Amazing Light-Bulb Moment #1: 1. You don't have to memorize millions of poses to keep the creativity flowing Roberto spent quality time during this training, talking ab
I’ve been working my tail off on post for the past few weeks, so just a quick note tonight for my photographer buddies out there. It started churning around in my head a few weeks ago, after something my husband said. I was working on post and specifically, I was retouching a beautiful brides skin on a black and white image. My hubby walked by the office and said: “That’s a great one, hon. And you’ve got the perfect background music for it too.” That was all he said as he wen
Just a quick little note tonight to let you all know that the WeddingWire Fall Fete hit their blog today! If you missed it last month, the Fete was a fun little fall wedding vendor showcase that was free for engaged couples here in the valley. I'm beyond stoked that such a massive vendor company chose me to cover their event and that they showcased a bunch of my images on the blog! Check it out here. Also, more fun wedding photography tools have been added to the site! While
I’m not sure about the rest of you wedding photographers out there in Arizona, but as a millennial business woman, I’ve learned a few tried true and tenets over the last few years: 1. If you aren’t on social media, you might as well not exist 2. You need to be available… really, really available 3. Uber Speed in response = bookings With these concepts in mind, I went into the webinar held by WeddingWire (Can You Hear Me Know?) this past week with a little healthy skepticism.