If I could tell the story in words
I wouldn't need to lug around a camera
It takes weeks, months or even year to plan your wedding and then your wedding day flies by in an instant. For those who spotted that I did say weeks to plan a wedding. All that planning and the whole day is gone before you know it. All those little moments that just flashed by. Moments that unless captured are quickly forgotten. This is why a wedding photographer is so important. It’s not just the main parts of the wedding or the group photographs that your wedding photographer will capture. Your wedding photographer will constantly be scanning the room for those little moments that are waiting to happen, ready to capture them for you so you don’t miss them.
Faced with some personal challenges that is what this couple achieved. They had planned for the wedding to be a lot further away and then all of a sudden those plans changed and they were left with having to get everything organised in only four weeks.
With the kids off school, and you hiding behind the sofa when the words home schooling are mentioned, what can you do to keep your children entertained that doesn’t include sticking them in front of the TV, under the stairs like Harry Potter or to the wall with Duct Tape?
Some photographs about what lockdown looks like for you. For many it will mean home schooling, for others it could be the solitude of the empty streets and others it could be the restrictions on group sports. This current lockdown has left a lot of us feeling a bit overwhelmed by what is going on. We feel shut up and crave that social interaction.
There is no simple answer here as it really is up to you if you feed your wedding photographer or not. Some wedding photographers do request it if they are working over a certain number of hours or some wedding venues may suggest that you feed your wedding photographer. The answer though is you don’t have to feed them.
So day one of my photography challenge and it’s raining outside, and looking at the weather forecast it looks as though it is going to rain for the rest of the day. For many people this will have people putting their cameras away so they can wait for better weather. You shouldn’t though let a bit of rain stop you from getting those great shots.
Well I think it is safe to say that the start to 2021 has been a bit of a challenge on both a personal and professional level. The lockdown has meant that once again I am in the situation where I am unable to work. Wedding have been postponed again and I am not allowed clients in the studio for headshots.