Posts with tag: "Maine Wedding Photographer"
ENGAGEMENT SESSIONS - MY TOP 8 TO MAKE THEM GREAT
Sunday, February 12, 2017
ENGAGEMENT SESSIONS - MY TOP 8 TO MAKE THEM GREAT

 HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY!If you are one of the many lucky couples that will be getting engaged this Valentines Day, we have some great advice for you.    Here's everything you need to know about...HOW TO HAVE A GREAT ENGAGEMENT SESSION!    As you start the flurry of activities and planning that leads up to your Wedding Day, I recommend couples schedule an engagement photo session.     This session can be very valuable for the following reasons:   It gives you great images for "save the date" cards, and can be used if you choose to do a "wedding website" or send announcements to the newspaper in your ...

MINIMIZING MURPHY'S LAW
Thursday, June 06, 2013
ENGAGEMENT SESSIONS - MY TOP 8 TO MAKE THEM GREAT

"MINIMZING MURPHY'S LAW"  I photographed two weddings in the last week or so.  As a result, I have spent some time thinking about hints that will make your wedding images better and help take stress out of your very exciting, sometimes frantic wedding day.    After a lot of thought, I realized that for all the details and planning a couple does, nothing can remove the "Murphy's Law" equation from your Wedding Day.  If you are not familiar with "Murphy's Law"  it's ALL too simple...   "Whatever can go wrong, WILL GO WRONG!"  Sounds bad I know!  But it is well within your power to decrease the odds, and ...

WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY 411 (QUESTIONS EVERY COUPLE SHOULD ASK)
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
ENGAGEMENT SESSIONS - MY TOP 8 TO MAKE THEM GREAT

 Wedding Photography 411 (The Questions Every Couple Should Ask)  It seems that no matter where I am, people always tell me stories about their wedding day and of course the stories about their photographer and wedding pictures.   Some are beautiful stories and some unfortunately too many are not.  A study was conducted several years ago asking couples if you could change one detail about your wedding day, what would it be?   Over 80% of those polled said they would have invested more in their photography and looked longer to find the right person to capture their day ...