Thanks to our way of traveling, we often find ourselves alone. Our trips bring us to dirt roads and dead ends, mountaintops and riverbeds, vibrant lakes and sandy deserts — and often we find these places empty. So what are two photographers to do when no one else is around to take the photo? We decided to start taking them ourselves, of course. It’s been a different kind of journey learning the art of self-portraiture. We’ve learned a lot, and with that in mind, here are some of our favorite images — and our best tips too.
You just booked your engagement or couples session - great!! But you've never taken photos together before, and aren't sure what to expect. Read this guide on how to make the most out of your couples session, with tips on picking locations, deciding on what to wear, and preparing for the session.
For most brides and grooms, planning a wedding is like getting a new part time job. Though many brides have been dreaming of their wedding all their lives, when it comes down to it, planning the actual wedding can be an entirely different experience. As a wedding photographer, there is so much that you learn from behind the scenes and the entire wedding process. Having also experienced different types of weddings, you realize how different factors can affect how the wedding day goes. Here are tips from the photographer's side to making the most out of your wedding.
Many people have asked how we are able to travel so much...one month it's New Zealand, and another month it's Canada. The key is to plan ahead - and to use a couple of trip planning strategies that we've really nailed down. And yes, I'm a bit of a detailed planner - so much that people say I should plan trips for a living - so here are my tips on how to travel on a budget!