I’ve had a lot of people ask me, “what is journalist photography?” This photo is a great example of what journalistic photography is. When I go to shoot a wedding, or a family shoot, or any shoot, there are times when I need to set up the family or the bridal party in order to make sure that we get the portraits that the family is looking for.
But I’m always looking for shots like this. This shot happened at a wedding in Vermont in the summer of 2009. In the middle of shooting the bride’s nephew came over and gave her a kiss. It was absolutely adorable and thankfully I had my camera at the ready.
If you’re looking for a Vermont photographer for your wedding, keep in mind that sometimes, the best photos to come out of the photographer’s camera are the ones that you least expected to see!
I’m a Photoshop fan, I’ll admit it. Not too long ago, the only way you could truly edit your photos was to actually have a darkroom in your home, which is something that the average person couldn’t afford. But with Photoshop, almost anybody can take a photo and can play with it to transform it into something different.
One fun thing that Photoshop can do is to create panoramic photos extremely easily. All your family photographer in Vermont has to do is to stand in the same spot (using a tripod is a good idea) and to take a number of photos, panning left to right, slightly overlapping each photo. Then just bring the photos into photoshop and merge them together, making photoshop do the work and creating a seamless and very fun photo.
And what’s great about panoramic photos is that they can be used for a variety of things, from scenic photography to family photography in Vermont to wedding photography!
If you’re searching for a Vermont photographer for weddings, family photos, or really for anything you’d like to have documented with photos, make sure you ask your photographer if they can do panoramic photos!