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Real Engagement Shoot At Green Mount Cemetery In Baltimore
Posted by Dennis Drenner Photographs on June 21st 2018 · Comments (0)

It might seem strange to do an engagement shoot at Green Mount Cemetery, but it's actually one of Baltimore's hidden gems. It's a supremely beautiful and peaceful spot in the midst of the urban chaos, and I was really happy when Sam and Jen wanted to do their photos there. I actually hadn't visited since high school (700 or so years ago) so it was good to get back.&n...

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Let’s Talk About Portraits On Your Wedding Day
Posted by Admin on June 9th 2018 · Comments (2)

Having wedding portraits made on your wedding day has been a staple since the late 1800’s and continues to be a time-honored tradition today. However, the way photographers take portraits and the amount of time allocated for portraits has changed quite a bit. From 1880 to about 1960, weddings were much shorter affairs that consisted of a ceremony, a portrait session, and then ...

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ISPWP Wedding Photography Contest Advice And Critiques By Katrin Küllenberg
Posted by Admin on June 8th 2018 · Comments (2)

Judging a wedding photography contest, such as the ISPWP, always means a big challenge because after the results are announced there will usually be some controversion why some images got awarded and others not. I think it is a good idea to have the judges comment on some photos and explain why they seemed special compared to the rest. Of course, there were four judges, each with...

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ISPWP Spring 2018 Wedding Photography Contest Results
Posted by Admin on June 5th 2018 · Comments (0)

The ISPWP is proud to announce the results of the Spring 2018 Contest. Congratulations to all of the award winners! Thank you to all of the members who entered the contest and to the judges who worked long hours to review all of the entries! (Photo by Pasquale Minniti) ...

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Interview With ISPWP Top 10 Contest Winner Julien Laurent Georges
Posted by Admin on June 3rd 2018 · Comments (0)

Storytelling has always come naturally to Julien Laurent George, and telling stories with his camera at weddings was a natural progression for him from his first love of fashion photography. In his portfolio, you’ll find a range of emotional work from the sublime and solemn moments of the bride getting ready to hilarious behind the scenes moments at weddings. Julien was awa...

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Shocked By The Price Differences In Wedding Photographers? Here’s Why.
Posted by Admin on May 30th 2018 · Comments (1)

If you’ve ever shopped for a large purchase such as a car or a house you probably understand that there are going to be significant variations in price. However, when it comes to wedding photography, a comment we hear a lot is that people are confused by the price differences between photographers. How is it that some wedding photographers can charge hundreds and even thousand...

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Does It Matter If Your Wedding Photographer Uses Film Or Digital?
Posted by Admin on May 28th 2018 · Comments (1)

Though it may sound strange to think about it, we’re now entering an age where digital photography is all that soon-to-be-married couples have ever known. Long gone are the days of wedding photographers dropping film off at the lab on Mondays and letting the lab do all the work! Film Photography Film has begun to make a bit of a renaissance in the wedding photography world...

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ISPWP Member Spotlight - Linda Berretty
Posted by Linda Berretty on May 28th 2018 · Comments (0)

How did you get your start and why did you chose wedding photography as a career? I fell in love with wedding photography after getting married myself. But I still was a biomedical scientist then and photography was just a hobby. Due to circumstances I once shot a wedding and it turned out to be a great success. My goal is to capture that magical feeling of a wedding day with all...

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Real Wedding - Baltimore, MD - Michael Temchine
Posted by Michael Temchine Photography on May 23rd 2018 · Comments (1)

Every wedding is filled with emotion. Most weddings are a steady path ascending to greater heights of excitement and joy. My favorite weddings are those that rise and fall like mountain peaks, mimicing life. Orthodox Jewish weddings, whether they be modern, frum, chassidish, or some variety thereof are the latter kind. They start with solemnity and private prayer, the kallah (bride)...

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Palacio De Casafuerte Wedding Photography - Rioja Wedding Photographer James Sturcke
Posted by James Sturcke Photographer on May 23rd 2018 · Comments (0)

It was very clear - and humbling - when I first met Isabel and David that they wanted me to shoot their wedding. They are journalists and I was a journalist in London before moving to Spain. They were looking for someone with that journalistic eye to record their wedding. What does that mean? Well basically I’m constantly looking for visual stories that relate to my couples...

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