Ever wish we could just sit down and talk through tricky photography things? Maybe I could answer some questions in a casual, off-the-cuff kind of way that would allow you to really understand my perspective and recommendations?
I wish we could do that!
Even BEFORE the pandemic that would have been nearly impossible!
Today we’re giving you an opportunity to hear me answer some of YOUR QUESTIONS!
If we can’t hangout in person, this is the next best thing!
I selected a handful of questions for this week’s Youtube video from both our KJ EDUCATION Facebook Group (join here if you haven’t already!) and from our KJ Courses Facebook groups!
Some of the random, yet surprisingly educational stories you’ll hear me share are……
We’re thrilled with the initial response to this style of video and so if you like it too, leave a comment and let us know if we should continue Q&A’s in the future!!!
Ps. We’ve also been receiving A LOT of questions recently about how we would photograph a ceremony that takes place AFTER DARK!!!
We recently photographed a wedding that took place in a DARK ROOM without ANY NATURAL LIGHT and TWO HOURS AFTER SUNSET!
You can watch me photograph this entire wedding day and learn how I captured this difficult part of the day in the process!!
If you haven’t already experienced KJ ALL ACCESS before, you can actually WATCH THIS ENTIRE wedding for FREE!!!!
If you have been overwhelmed by editing…or just not sure what exactly the image is *missing* to make you happy with the final edit, chances are, you’ve never been taught what to look for!
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If you’re an overshooter like me, this can be the most time consuming part! Which photos to keep and which are unnecessary? From 13 years of experience, I have a few tips to help you make this a quick process!
Packing for a trip can be OVERWHELMING… but it can be even MORE overwhelming if you decide to bring your expensive camera!
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