new product: our modern posing guide for bride & groom
Design Aglow proudly presents 108 stunning poses sure to create magical wedding day memories for the ages. Simply bring this posing guide filled with dozens of delicious ideas to any wedding for ideas so inspired, you're sure to create the wedding albums of your clients' dreams. With tips for capturing venues, private moments and more, every wedding day is assured a fairy tale event of perfect proportions.
Featuring the images of DesignAglow contributors:
Anna Kuperberg, Chenin Boutwell, Christa Hoffarth, Jessica Johnston, Laura Novak, Lena Hyde, Michelle Moore, Paul Johnson, Pelaez Photography, Red Leaf Studios, Susan Stripling, Tanja Lippert, Tinywater Photography
And images from our wonderful group of posing contest winners: AGA Images, Alicia Ryan, Alicia Swedenborg, Amanda Donaho, , Ashley O'Dell, Bliss Photography, Brandy J, BGB Photo, Christine Hall, Clane Gessel Photography, Continuum Photography, Dan and Anne Almasy, Vision Photographs, Eve Greendale, Fifila Photography, Genevieve Nisly, GH Kim, Gingeroot Studios, Heather Neckers, Heidi Chowen, Imago Vita, Judy Corimer, Julie Parker, Kathleen Stivers, Kelly Braman, Kim Spears, Unusually, Fine, Meggie Velasco, Memory Journalists, Meredith Carlson, Michelle Turner, Natasha du Preez, Nichanh Petersen, Pam Cooley, Photo By Tara, Rachel Nicole Photography, Rachel Opdahl, Envy Photography, KCB Photography, Sara Goetz Photography, Squaresville Studios, Tabor Jean Weddings, Tanya O'Leary, Teri Fode, Ulmer Studios, Vanessa Hall
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I’ve been taking photographs ever since I can remember, but once I entered the world of wedding photography I felt the need to really understand my gear. Once you really learn your tools, you can worry less about the technical side and focus on putting your vision into that single frame. I feel the faster I can work, and the more intuitively I know my equipment, the more creative I can be. Wedding photography can make you a pro really fast. I think that artistic pressure is what drove me towards it.
As a lifelong fine artist, I didn’t fall in love with photography until post-college. I was a graphic design major who landed a non-creative position in the industry. Upon searching for a creative outlet, and being the hopeless romantic that I am, I discovered wedding photography and was immediately hooked. I poured everything I had into learning the medium so that I could eventually start my own business, which happened a couple of years later in 2012 — also the year I was married.