Glasgow: tons of character + cozy pubs, historic architecture and fantastic food.
You’ve decided to book a professional photographer, but um, why does it cost so much? Your chosen photographer shows up, photographs you for x amount of time, and that’s it, right? Not quite.
Karen and Dennis’ engagement session didn’t involve nearly as much adventure as their proposal did (unless you count our 6:00 am start time or the very minor heights they encountered climbing Fisherman’s Bastion), but not all adventures look the same.
We’re all used to newlyweds celebrating with a honeymoon just after the wedding, but have you considered planning a year of mini-moons instead?
Last month, I took a train trip to Austria and Germany and (gasp!) left my digital camera at home. Here’s why I ditched digital and what I learned from my unplugged vacation.
A lot of us are camera shy or just don’t have much experience having professional portraits taken, so it can feel stressful when trying to decide if you should book a photo shoot or not. Here are three easy steps to look natural in front of the camera.