You’ve researched a handful of photographers and you’ve narrowed down your favorites to contact. You fill-out a few contact forms and now you’re basically playing the waiting game to see who responds first. You get an email that sounds a whole lot of excitement to meet you and your fiance, and so you set-up your first wedding photography consultation. Yay!
To lay out some expectations, I thought I’d drop a few notes about what to expect from your potential wedding photographer at your first consultation in hopes there is more clarity and understanding on what most of us do and how we approach it... at least in my business.
As the temperature drops in Southern California, the little beams of glee come along that is everything holiday season.
And with one of the busiest times of the year for portrait photographers, I'm no exception to all that holiday glee.
In the past, I wrote a similar post: Spring Sessions: How to Prepare for Your Session.
Although preparing for a session overall is pretty much the same at different times of the year, there are some slight differences in the details that I want to make sure you are prepared for. And with holiday mini-sessions, there is exception.
Here are some tips on how to be super awesome at your next holiday mini-session...and if you get to the bottom, I've got a FREE downloadable checklist so you never forget what to take with you to your next family session.
As we closed up the summer time, the taste of the autumn love that is everything Pumpkin Spice Lattes is in the air and the months of August and September were good ones for creativity, ideas, and creating better habits within my business and in my personal endeavors.
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Los Angeles native.