Ready to add some new posing ideas to your toolbox in 2014? Make a resolution to buy the Design Aglow Posing Guide for Wedding Photography for a fresh, modern take on classic posing techniques. Here’s what some happy readers have to say: "This is a fantastic resource for any photographer who works with couples and especially weddings. It's filled with so many great and modern ideas and is helpful for creating multiple shots within each pose. I also love that each photo in the book gives the camera settings and environmental settings, so you can get inside the photographer's head a little. I highly recommend this resource, and I love Design Aglow!" - Katie (via Amazon) "A good reference book for ideas for posing brides, Groomsmen and couples. This is handy as a reminder for posing examples and inspiration." - John (via Amazon) "Modernly designed and laid out, the book's beautiful images alone are worth the inspiration provided. The fact that each page is loaded with how-to's, tips, and camera and lens settings makes it pretty much perfect. All photographs shown have been taken in the daytime, therefore utilizing gorgeous natural light. Filled with inspiration, fresh perspectives, and something for everyone, the price point of the book makes it a smart buy." Rebecca (via Amazon) "Great book for a seasoned professional, or an aspiring wedding photographer! The imagery and descriptions of the poses are awesome. Every image includes the settings and there are helpful tips throughout the book as well." - Carrie (via Amazon)
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Hi friends! My name is Alicia from Alicia Lucia Photography. I am approaching my fifth wedding season as a photographer and while my path to becoming a photographer wasn’t always an easy one, I knew in my heart that I was always meant to do exactly this!
Building a solid brand is a key part of running a successful photography business, but it’s not easy work. It takes time to develop your photography style and your voice. And then it takes considerable effort to craft those into a brand that helps you stand out in a sea of other photographers. There’s often a large amount of trial and error involved because sometimes you do things without even knowing that hurt your brand. But don’t worry… we’re here to help! Here are ten ways you’re killing your brand and how to fix them.