By now, we’re all aware that photographers love to get their images on the web.
But what exactly are they looking for?
Do they want to get paid for their work?
What about the type of photos they like to shoot?
And if so, what type of images are they interested in?
We know what it feels like to go from getting to a photo shoot to making it, but what about getting to the wedding itself?
While we’ve been here before, we’ve had a chance to interview a number of photographers to find out more about what it’s like to take photos at a wedding, from the planning stages to getting to set, and all the rest of the logistics of getting your shot.
Here are 10 photographers we’re excited to be interviewing.1.
Natalie S.K. is a photographer based in San Francisco, California.
Natalie has been shooting weddings since 2008.
Natalie, who is also a photographer, told Bleacher, “I think it’s the most fun and the most challenging part of being a wedding photoshoot.
It’s such a long process.
It takes time, and it’s exhausting, but it’s a great way to start a new hobby.”
Natalie, a member of the San Francisco Wedding Photographers Guild, says, “The hardest part of getting married is just going through the whole process of being there and meeting the people, all of the preparation, all the planning, all those little details and details that go into getting your wedding photo taken.
It really takes its toll on a photographer.
It can take weeks and weeks, and sometimes months.
I think it takes about a year of shooting for the best image.”2.
Kristi B. is the Founder and Director of Wedding Photography for the Wedding Photographer Association.
Kristy started working in the industry at the age of 18, as a wedding photography assistant for her high school prom dress photographer friend.
After graduation, she moved on to work as a full-time wedding photographer for weddings and events around the Bay Area.
She also hosts a wedding podcast for brides and grooms.
She has over 40 years of wedding photography experience, including weddings with the likes of Beyonce, Kylie Minogue, Jennifer Lopez, Christina Aguilera, and more.
Krista says, “[My wedding photography] has always been a passion.
I always wanted to do it.
I have a lot of respect for those that do it and the people that do them.
I’ve been married a long time, so I have the patience, I have experience, I know the work.
So I’ve always done it, and I think I am the best in my class.”3.
Rachel C. is an artist based in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Rachel is a wedding coordinator for the Daughters of the Republic and the National Association of Professional Wedding Photogs.
She says, I feel like I have to put a lot more time into getting my wedding photography done than most of the other photographers that I know.
It feels like a really exciting experience and I’m excited to work with my husband on this project.
I am always looking for new ways to create my images that I think will be very meaningful and really impactful.
Rachel says, the biggest challenge is getting your images to people, because if you don’t have a relationship with them, you don’ t know what you’re getting into.
I can’t stress that enough.
You need to be authentic with yourself and the person you’re shooting, and then you have to be able to work from there.4.
Jennifer L. is known as a professional photographer and wedding photographer.
Jennifer says, The most difficult part of making the photo shoots is getting there.
I’m a professional wedding photographer and have been since 2009, so it’s kind of a constant struggle to get there.
But I think that the most rewarding thing about working with a professional is when people come to see my work.
And it’s really cool to see what people have come to love and what they think of my wedding photo.5.
Kelly B. was the Creative Director of the Creative Photographers Association of New York.
Kelly started her career in the photo industry at 17 years old when she took a photograph of a flower in a church window in Brooklyn.
Kelly is now in charge of a large collection of wedding photos and is an award-winning wedding photographer with more than 35 years of experience.
Kelly says, Getting your photos to people can be a bit daunting, but the best way to get to that place is to work really hard and really dedicated, and you’ll end up getting great images.
She adds, It’s a beautiful experience when people look at your work and say, ‘Oh wow, this is what you did for me.
This is my wedding,’ and it means so much to them.6.
Jennifer P. has been in the photography business for over 30 years.