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TWiP Weddings 053: Making Great Photos in Crappy Locations TWiP Weddings

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TWiP Weddings 053: Making Great Photos in Crappy Locations

While every wedding photographer would love to book weddings that only happen in beautiful locations, the reality is that many weddings take place in less than ideal locations when it comes to photography. From dark churches and cluttered getting ready rooms, to harshly lit outdoor ceremony locations and uninspiring community halls, wedding photographers are still expected to come away with beautiful images for their clients. Today we’re going to share some of our worst location horror stories and provide some tips and advice for making great photos in less than ideal locations.

Picks of the Week



* Bryan: Fuji X-T2

* Robert: Lowel GL-1 Power LED

* Bruce: The Science of Social Media podcast



TWiP Weddings is brought to you by:

FreshBooks

This episode is brought to you by FreshBooks, the super–simple cloud accounting software that’s giving thousands of freelancers and small businesses the tools to save time billing and get paid faster. Try it free at freshbooks.com/weddings

Connect with Us

We want to hear from you. Your questions and comments will provide direction for the show and will inform future topics. Send in your question and it may end up being answered on the show. Submit your questions for the show by sending us an email at twipwed@thisweekinphoto.com. You can also post a Tweet using the hashtag #twipwed. You can also follow us on Instagram at www.instagram.com/twipwed. You can also interact with us on our Facebook group – https://www.facebook.com/groups/twipwed/

Connect with our Hosts & Guests



* Bryan Caporicci: Website, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Instagram

* Robert Evans: Website, Twitter,  Google+, Instagram

* Bruce Clarke: Website, Twitter, Google+, Facebook. Instagram

TWiP Weddings 053: Making Great Photos in Crappy Locations

While every wedding photographer would love to book weddings that only happen in beautiful locations, the reality is that many weddings take place in less than ideal locations when it comes to photography. From dark churches and cluttered getting ready rooms, to harshly lit outdoor ceremony locations and uninspiring community halls, wedding photographers are still expected to come away with beautiful images for their clients. Today we’re going to share some of our worst location horror stories and provide some tips and advice for making great photos in less than ideal locations.

Picks of the Week



* Bryan: Fuji X-T2

* Robert: Lowel GL-1 Power LED

* Bruce: The Science of Social Media podcast



TWiP Weddings is brought to you by:

FreshBooks

This episode is brought to you by FreshBooks, the super–simple cloud accounting software that’s giving thousands of freelancers and small businesses the tools to save time billing and get paid faster. Try it free at freshbooks.com/weddings

Connect with Us

We want to hear from you. Your questions and comments will provide direction for the show and will inform future topics. Send in your question and it may end up being answered on the show. Submit your questions for the show by sending us an email at twipwed@thisweekinphoto.com. You can also post a Tweet using the hashtag #twipwed. You can also follow us on Instagram at www.instagram.com/twipwed. You can also interact with us on our Facebook group – https://www.facebook.com/groups/twipwed/

Connect with our Hosts & Guests



* Bryan Caporicci: Website, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Instagram

* Robert Evans: Website, Twitter,  Google+, Instagram

* Bruce Clarke: Website, Twitter, Google+, Facebook. Instagram

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