With an upbeat tone he asked, “…you’re the photographer?” Not that it’s really my preference to meet the couple for the very first time on ‘the day’, but such is the nature of some wedding assignments. Kevin was ready for the first photo of the day, right there and then in the lobby. Later [...]
Teaching photography is both fun and rewarding in several ways. It pulls out of me the fundamental technical must-knows, and reminds me of how I was when I first took a D-SLR in my hands.
Most of them were from Italy. Young, exciting and enthusiastic teens who came to Jamaica to volunteer. Rose Hill Primary [...]Continue Reading →
Even though it’s a special day for both, everyone knows the major focus of a photographer’s lens is the bride. But what happens when there’s a second shooter? Well, that’s exactly the role I filled for this particular wedding. On this occasion I was rolling with the boys; I had the peculiar yet awesome role [...]Continue Reading →
An excited engaged couple have a lot on their hands for preparing for their wedding day. They may not even realize how much goes into the planning even though they’ve heard stories. Photography is tremendously important to them, especially the Bride who wants to look her absolute most beautiful, if not perfect. Hence, it’s important [...]Continue Reading →
Black Friday (and Cyber Monday) is upon us once again to start off the end of year shopping season. Not a very amiable name but it sure breeds a lot of excitement among consumers — not to mention photographers. And you know how photographers love their gear! They can never get enough can they? ha!
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Things can move quite quickly during a wedding especially during the ceremonial process with ‘taa tum tuh tum…’ and all. You’ve got to be ready to shoot with speed, precision and creativity all wrapped up together. The kind of lens that you use at this stage is crucial. A wide angle to medium telephoto zoom lens seems [...]Continue Reading →
An editor may be skeptical about hiring freelance writers for particular assignments with good reason. The risk of not having the copy coming in on time, and the nightmare of a grandiose of grammatical and spelling errors makes work stressful. However, there are a number of freelancers who understand what is at stake for themselves [...]Continue Reading →