Photographs NOT BY RandellJohnPhotography.com
I’m publishing this post with the permission of the bride and groom concerned, and was actively encouraged to do so by them.
I thought long and hard before I wrote this very long post, but decided to go ahead with the express idea of educating anyone who’s getting married, and specifically to warn them about the inherent pitfalls of choosing a wedding photographer based on price alone.
Debs, Chico and I just wanted to wish each and everyone one of you a very happy and peaceful 2014.
Thanks to everyone who has supported me in 2013, and helped me carry on living my dream.
We hope that all your wishes come true in 2014, and that you, your family and loved ones, remain healthy and happy.
Have a great time tonight everyone. xxx
You may have heard this saying before.
I know from bitter experience that this statement is unfortunately true. I’ve had more than my fair share of the dreaded blue screen, and each time it’s happened, I had that same gut wrenching feeling, as I sat there wondering if I’ll be able to get my precious data back.
With the wedding season at an end and the dark nights truly upon us, it’s that time of year when a lot of photographers put away their camera’s and wait for warmer weather and lighter evenings.
But the dark nights and cold weather needn’t stop anyone from getting out and about and having a go at photographing subjects that they wouldn’t normally shoot.
I’ve blogged about some of the great websites out there, teaching photography and Photoshop, and praised up Aaron Nacer’s PHLearn several times in the past.
I often enter competitions and to show support to Aaron and his team, I occasionally send in a photograph to his weekly image competition.