The saying is true: As photographers, we’re really photographing 10-20 percent of the time. The other 80% is for the editing and business side of the business. If there is any way to save up on that 80% of the time, we’re going to do it.
Remember when mask-wearing wasn't a thing to do at a wedding or social gathering? Feels like a distant memory nowadays.
This summer wedding was everything a luxury wedding needed to be. It was pink, it was modern, and it was magical. It was also the first and only time I ever second-shot a wedding.
Since then, I've shot smaller weddings (not typically requiring me to have two photographers). Nonetheless, it's been a while since I showcased a wedding on the blog, so I thought to share some of my absolute favorite re-edits on this Arboretum wedding.
The holidays had just begun and the holiday jingles were going full throttle as my team and I took on the biggest photo session rush of the year. With our two camera room set-up, a small handful of photographers and what felt like the entire city's worth of clients waiting for their annual holiday portraits to be taken.
This was my life as a commercial portrait studio photographer about 9 years ago...