Tag Archives: wedding photography

Whenever I am called upon to go someplace new for a wedding, I like to do a site visit before the actual day.  Site visits help me vision for composition, and find little nooks and crannys that will make awesome back drops for bride and groom portraits.  Sometimes, as in this case, the bride wanted […]

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It’s a beautiful gray day outside today, perfect for doing portraits and taking wedding photos. If you are planning your wedding or family portrait, and the day arrives bringing clouds, don’t panic!  It’s actually  much more ideal than a bright sunny day.  Bright sunny days create harsh shadows on faces and make people squint.  Not […]

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Photography isn’t about pointing and shooting, or is it about remaining silently in the background taking pictures.  Good photographs result from a number of factors: The skill of the photographer.  It’s not about setting the camera on automatic and aiming it.  When I am working, I take into account the ambient light (background), how I […]

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I love photography!  Until about five years ago, it was my sole source of income for almost 30 years.  (if you are curious about my other job, head on over to www.karenlinsley.com)  For about a quarter of a century, I ate, drank and slept photography.  I didn’t look at a romance novel without noticing how […]

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It’s always a bit of a crap shoot with a beach wedding in the winter in Lake Tahoe.  You never know whether  you’ll get a big snow storm, gale force winds, or…the spring like weather that presented itself for Addie and Rick’s wedding at Zephyr Cove, at the north end of the beach. My first […]

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