Come and join our community. Expand your network and get to know new people!
That is big!
I've had good success with partnering with:
1. Wedding cake makers
2. Bridal shops
3. Tux rental shops
4. Wedding dress shops
5. Wedding coordinators (this one always takes much more time and requires portfolio)
6. Popular wedding venues
Word of mouth has been good for me. This requires much hand holding most of the time.
Local listings are good, but get over run and you become one of so many others lost in a list
I'm just exploring search engines now.
Bing from my experience isn't too bad
Slip, sliding awaaaaay...
Forgot song title.
What do you mean? These examples look like top dollar photographers.
And you have had your turn, slide over
+1 for the Sony
Yes. D3s with 14-24mm, ISO 1,000, [email protected]/50 s. Love that lens!
That's not too far from Banff.
Not for 007!
I'm at 16 now and would like to have 24. I don't need that but it would be nice. There are advantages to having more megapixels but they definitely aren't necessary. My old 5 megapixel Minolta Dimage 7 still makes a very good image.
That's all you need honestly. I do enjoy the 36.3 from the d800 though from time to time. I've used hasselblad 60 mp, and phase one 80 mp cams and I grab my D3s the most.