How are you surviving the time change?
We were pretty excited to see the beautiful sunrise over the water this morning. It was so breathtaking that people were pulling off the road to take pictures of it. With their cellphones! (What'd we tell you about putting those to good use?)
Did you know there are all kinds of editing apps available for iPhone? There are!
You can check out some here:
We have Androids, and we have editing apps for those too, but today we'll just focus on iPhone and iPads. Every wedding we've shot in the last six months has had at least one person there either using their iPad camera or recording video on the iPad. Which is awesome; we get it. Just remember when you are doing that to make sure to abide by some basic rules of photography etiquette. Don't put the attention on yourself, don't get in anyone's way, stay unobtrusive. Unless you are part of the team hired for the event, do your best to work around them, and try not to confuse the bride and groom by calling to them to look your way. We'll get our photos and move out of the way for you to get yours. We understand that you want to get lots of candid photos for your records as well. We don't mind if you want to get your own shot of our setup, we just want to make sure that we have our subject's attention so that we can return to the them the best possible images of their day.
We can all work happily together! Go teamwork!
(And happy, sleepy Monday. Get out there and make it a great week!)