Posts tagged Wedding
Compression and Composition

Lenses are one of the biggest influences on determining how a final image is going to look.  Sometimes it's hard to decide which lens to use, so this week's post is a short one on how compression affects an image, and how it should be a factor in deciding your lens choices in the composition of a photo.

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How to Choose Your First DSLR

Buying a DSLR can be a particularly daunting decision for anyone who has never used one before.  The features can be foreign to many beginners, and the costs can quickly add up when you factor in all of the accessories you may need.  This week's post walks you through how to make the decision as to what to choose, and gives some tips to save you some money when you're buying your first DSLR.

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Why You Should Hire a Professional Wedding Photographer

Let's get straight to the point: weddings can be expensive.  I remember the anxiety I felt at every dollar spent at my wedding, and even as a photographer it was REALLY hard for me to come to terms with spending more on photography than I had to.  Man, do I regret that in retrospect.  This week we address why people should invest in hiring a pro wedding photographer instead of cousin Becky.

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Why I Switched from Canon to Nikon

As a first post I've decided to dive right into the middle of an ugly fight: Canon vs. Nikon.  This being a biased blog, I have start by saying that I'm first and foremost a photographer, not a videographer.  That being said, I do video almost as often, which is a field where Canon really shines in its DSLR's.  This week's blog is on why I still chose Nikon.

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