Over the weekend I had the privilege of shooting a wedding with Scott Robert
It really is amazing watching a master at work. All the million little aspects that go into creating his masterpieces--the external flash handheld 12 feet away to create that little pop
the attention to minute details like where the bride's hand is placed
the groom's cheek, arriving at a scene for the first time and knowing
instantly what the picture is going to look like, working the dynamics
of the bridal party so they have fun doing a wide plethora of poses,
all the technical details that go into choosing lens type and aperture
settings and how the available light plays into the whole picture, the
post-processing work that turns a photograph into a work of art... and
he makes it all look so easy!
In reality, he's where he is today--rising quickly as one of California's most sought-after photographers--because of years of hard work
and dedication that has allowed him to hone his craft until it's a
fluid blend of art and science and pure inspiration. And he has none of
the snobbiness that I've seen in some photographers who know they are
all that. I'd like to be like a Scott Robert someday.
Btw, the poses from this wedding is all Scott's. That's why it looks so awesome. haa. And I used his photoshop action set
If you or anybody you know is getting married, seriously consider
Scott! And if you found out about him through me, have me book your
and I can offer you a special package price that's
substantially less than his starting rate of $10k.
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Seattle till Tuesday. Woop!
anybody wanna hit up Davis
next weekend, or
weekend of November 3rd?