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The Business of Wedding Photography is an extensive
answered by a team of professional wedding photographers, who also
happen to be star photo.net members. In this article, these
professional photographers have contributed advice and personal
experience gained from running wedding businesses. Whether you are
just entering the field of wedding photography, or are a seasoned pro,
the tips and insights shared here should be helpful with your own
Jeff Ascough; United Kingdom. American Photo voted him as
of the top ten wedding photographers in the world, Jeff is a
professional wedding photographer in the United Kingdom and captures
weddings with a documentary style. Interview with Jeff
Ascough on photo.net.
Bob Bernardo; Los Angeles, California. Bob has been a wedding
photographer for about twenty years, has worked for Disney and Warner
Brothers, and offers teaching critiques for beginning, advanced and
emerging pro photographers.
Conrad Erb; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Freelance photographer
based in Philadelphia, Conrad started photography with his
grandfather's Pentax K1000. He started with his first wedding for a
friend, and moved from part-time to full-time freelance wedding
photographer by accident.
Michael Mowery; New York City, New York. Michael has been a
wedding, commercial and portrait photographer for ten years and works
for a number of studios, including Fred Marcus Photography.
Nadine Ohara; San Francisco Bay Area, California. Nadine started
out with her foot in the door of two businesses: a wedding photography
business and a marketing communications business. She is now a
full-time photographer and is constantly trying new styles and
Josh Root; Bellingham, Washington. Director of Community and
Contributing Editor for photo.net, Josh has had hands-on experience
being a wedding photographer for ten years, as well as a sports
David Wegwart; Denver, Colorado. David started with portrait
photography, which branched into wedding photography in 1988. His
style can be described as fresh and a bit edgy.
Marc Williams; Franklin, Michigan. Owner of Fotografz photo studio
doing commercial, portrait and wedding photography. Marc is also the
Creative Director and an owner of an ad agency doing national TV and
print campaigns. His style of wedding photography is documentary,
which he calls "Romantic Photojournalism."