Synopses & Reviews
Some amateur photographers discover that weddings offer an opportunity to turn pro. Others volunteer to shoot a friend or relative's wedding for free. Both kinds will find the behind-the-lens instruction they need in this comprehensive guide. What kind of equipment should you bring? What's the best way to pose a group shot? How do you provide digital access to the photos? From composition to post-production, it's all here, with copious examples, explained by a recognized leader in the field.
About the Author
is considered one of the most creative and influential portrait photographers today. Seventeen-time winner of the Kodak Gold Award, he has worked professionally for more than 20 years and specializes in portraiture and wedding photography. Learn more about him at www.markcleghorn.com.