San Francisco-based wedding photographer Bambi Cantrell worked her big, warm Southern personality to the max during her WPPI U presentation of “Lighting & Posing for Weddings” yesterday during PPE 2012. Bambi personally introduced herself to at least on person in each row of the jam-packed room (including scores of people standing up against the walls… Continue reading »
Reggie’s essential “case” for shooting the authenticity of the day, is that high-end clients pay him 10 times more than the average wedding shooter for images that are organic.
To Ghionis, while capturing a moment may be ideal, a photographer could spend a lifetime waiting for that perfect combination of elements and emotion. Most wedding and portrait photographers don’t have that kind of time—usually it’s only a few hours squeezed in between make-up and the ceremony. So in order to make the kind of images that will impress couples, you have to create them.
It’s a bittersweet day for WPPI and Rangefinder as we bid adieu to Education and Membership director Arlene Evans.