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crying as she gives her son a final hug before the
ceremony…I love those moments. Every one is
unique, full of joy and love. After 11 years, I still can’t
think of a better vocation.
CL: What do you wish people knew about what it
takes to photograph a wedding?
PK: Wedding photography in general is tough.
There’s no place to take a break, nor time to sit down
while you’re shooting a wedding. You are NOT
allowed to get sick the day before the wedding. The
best wedding photographers out there are the best
because they’ve done it enough to know where to
stand and what to see at certain moments throughout
the wedding day to capture those unique moments.
They know their gear, and they know how to communicate
to large crowds and to people who are
nervous, emotional, tired, and stressed. These are
just a few examples!
I still can’t eat anything until I meet and greet the
bride and groom where they’re getting ready, and
introduce myself to the rest of the wedding party.
Then, the stress goes away, and I pull out my energy
bar and a bottle of water and I’m ready to work.
CL: What tips would you give to brides and grooms
to make sure they have the best photos possible?
PK: To the bride and groom I would say, get to know
your wedding photographer a bit before you hire him
or her for your wedding day. Do a short engagement
shoot; if that’s not possible, even a Zoom conference
is good. The personality of the lead photographer is
important; their ability to serve and communicate will
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