Tuesday, December 28, 2010
The pro wedding photographer is able to deliver photos in all conditions. Let’s face it, things happen on weddings. Late makeup broken down cars, wedding dresses malfunction, nervous people, sudden storms or wet weather are just a few. Long after these dramas are forgotten, you will enjoy the images your pro wedding photographer gave you because they had the experience to cope with dramas.
Pro wedding photographers experienced at photographing weddings use their interpersonal skills to relax people and get great images. Their images capture moments in a magic way!
The pro wedding photographer offering a complete wedding photography service will take responsibility for production of your album and when you get it, you can enjoy it immediately.
Quality pro wedding photographers typically use the finest materials from their album suppliers. These materials are not available to the public.
Pro wedding photographers have lots of equipment, back ups and infrastructure. Did you know your pro wedding photographer has backup cameras, a variety of pro grade lenses which produce better quality images, a digital asset management system to protect and archive your files, pro grade calibrated computer monitors to ensure prints look the same as the screen?
Pro wedding photographers invest in keeping up to date with industry standards and new techniques. They have typically dedicated many years to photography and happily use this experience when working with you. Pro wedding photographers are typically active members of the AIPP.
Pro wedding photographers can use their experience to offer helpful hints on wedding day etiquette and procedures.
The quality of work form a pro wedding photographer is far better than DIY amateurs. We happily accept that building regulations prevent DIY electricians doing electrical work to their homes. Licensed builders do much better work than the “Do it Yourself” working on a weekend building a deck. Top class chefs produce much better meals than an amateur cook even though they may have used the same basket of ingredients. Same goes with photography. The pro wedding photographer uses great technical skill and attention to detail when photographing a wedding, designing the wedding album printing the images. The end result is breathtaking.
There is more to photography than pressing the button. Pro wedding photographers naturally take into account so many things when taking photos including light, image composition and styling, expression, the little details and the end image in mind. The images below show the stages Thats Me Photography uses in producing a beautiful image. The initial capture was done in such a way to enable a beautiful artistic image to be produced. We hear so many horror stories from our Brides who's friends had amatuers shoot their wedding only to be devasted at the result. Don't risk it. You only get one chance .
Tuesday, October 5, 2010
Special for Brisbane Wedding Lunch group, they can get the admission at AUD170 (so they can register as AIPP members straight away) and if the member decided to do the whole 3 days course, it will be AUD 495. For further info, they can contact me at email@example.com or 0412 322 812.
Sunday, October 3, 2010
Friday, September 3, 2010
Friday, August 20, 2010
Tuesday, July 6, 2010
John Reyment has just launced his new
Business Coaching Program
2010 One-on-One Coaching Program
“Essentials for Success” – A Series of Eight 2.5 Hour One-on-One Coaching Sessions
Tailored to suit the needs of you and your business, John’s “Essentials for Success” Coaching Program features a series of eight fortnightly face to face coaching sessions discussing essential topics tailored to your business. These sessions are challenging, thought provoking and inspiring. Completing post session homework ensures results will be achieved. Session topics include:
- Developing your own self belief; unlocking the power within.
- Planning for an extraordinary life; you deserve it!
- Writing a practical business plan – it must be done.
- Products and Pricing – how much should you charge?
- Marketing your business to get and keep the best customers.
- Analysis and discussion of your images.
- How to photograph for fantastic sales.
- Proven album planning techniques; you and your clients will love them.
- Managing growth in your business before it kills you.
- Developing systems in your business, what works, what doesn’t.
- Managing change in you and your business.
- Work/family, keeping the balance right.
- Delivering uber service – thinking like a client.
- Managing the beans! The dollars and cents give you choices.
- Fast tracking your personal growth.
183-185 Old Cleveland Rd
Coorparoo, Queensland 4151
ph 07 3397 6552
This year has really flown by so quickly, its great to see so many photographers understand the need to share information , because we really can all benefit from it.
I want to welcome all the new people who attended yesterday I am sure you will get alot out of the lunch's . We are in our third year now and growing bigger every month, we also talked about a mentoring system where new photographers attending are more than welcome to talk with our more experienced members if they need help etc with their own business or a photography related question.
So the Yervant seminar is in full swing down the gold coast , I for one can't wait for him to come to Brisbane in July 21st with David Beckstead , thats going to be a great one day seminar, if you haven't done so already you need to contact firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your ticket,
anyway everyone thanks again for all your support
Thats Me Photography
Monday, June 21, 2010
Anyone who knows me knows how much I love and respect Anie and Yervant. They both have changed my career path and outlook on my business for ever. I get alot of inspiration and knowledge from them both, as well as my other favorite Jerry Ghionis. Just wanted to mention a few workshops coming up.
Brisbane ( Gold coast Australia) July 5-6-7 2010
Brisbane ( Valley ) One day seminar with David Beckstead and Yervant 21st July 2010
Yervant is eminent amongst the most influential photographers of the last 30 years. He has broken every rule in traditional photography, in particular wedding photography to welcome and encourage fresh concepts and excitement in a predominantly boring and dull practice.
Sensual, fashionista and fine art all concocted in a crazy pot of tradition and the far future… make Yervant one of the most profound artists of today.These are brand new 3 days’ programmes which we put together to get straight to the core! Show Yervant’s camera techniques, his light, his compositions, his ’Posed…but naturally!’ methods and also how he shoots for ALBUM pages at any given time of the day. Then definitely finishing, this is a must for any professional, that is what sets us apart from the “Shoot & Burn” and amateurs! Professional finishing!!
We now have DJ Payne from Studio Promise heading the Gold Coast lunch
Marion Jonkers from Sunshine Coast heading that lunch,
Sydney is about to happen in July, and of course me ( Paula Gray) Brisbane Lunch. 3 years strong now .
Check out David at Whack.com.au
Saturday, April 17, 2010
Free parking , better menus, new rooms too , as per normal when you arrive just head upstairs, we start at 11am see you there, we're not sure about a surprise guest it, but there will be lots to talk about especially after the awards and the up and coming National Awards in Melbourne. Please rsvp if you haven't done so already.
Thursday, March 25, 2010
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
Here are a few comments from some of our new photographer members from yesterday.
Hi Pete and Paula,
I just wanted to say thank you so much for organising today. I have been going through some terrible ups and downs during the past 6 months with my photography and after Yohti's talk today I feel very positive and motivated. It was like she was talking about me! I know I've still got a lot to learn but I know that the ups and downs I experience are normal when you're passionate about something, and I've just got to keep going and keep improving. I'll get there in the end!
I'm getting to know people at the group more now, and I'm feeling more confident about asking for help when I need it. I've also started to meet photographers in my local area and we're going to meet up soon to learn more about lighting from each other.
For me, today's talk was better than anything else I've attended. Maybe one day I will be able to give a talk like that.
Thank you again,
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
If you are a photographer in business, or a student photographer you are more than welcome to attend the lunch. From time to time we may be lucky enough to secure a secret guest, we ask for $5 donation for those events , it really just covers the cost of the room and the meal for the guest. The Lunch is not a profit organisation of any kind.
We offer friendship, business help, to anyone who wants to attend. Networking is the most powerful thing and its something I am very passionate about.
Looking forward to catching up with everyone.