I finally finished editing the photos from the Steinhof Wedding and posted them on the blog. Check them out!
I recently helped a friend photograph her brothers wedding here in the Rheingau region. The ceremony took place on a boat while it toured a portion of the Rhine River. With green hills, quaint German towns, and castles on clifftops to either side, it was very picturesque.
This shoot presented a whole new set of challenges for me, in addition to it being on a boat in the intense sun, I had Emma strapped to the front of me. Luckily she slept through most of it! I don't think I could have done it otherwise!
Here are more shots from the wedding above.
I have been camera equipment shopping since, because the experience made it glaringly obvious that I needed an upgrade on lenses & a flash. I struggled with the low light and not getting blurs. I have a long ways to go!
Working part time, getting ready to move, volunteering my time as a beginner photographer, and then editing photos is proving to be quite difficult to keep up with. I am fairly behind on photo editing the various volunteer positions I've been doing. Luckily some of that is ok, because its just volunteer, but its something I need to work on getting faster at.
I shadowed the photographer that I previously mentioned, to a wedding last weekend. For every 1 photo I took, she took at least 20. I can't imagine going through all those for one event, let alone as you do event after event and they start stacking up.
I'm starting to go through my photos and edit them to send her, but plan to pick her brain a little on her process and how she approaches a batch of unedited photos. I seem to spend way too much time on each photo.
I can't help constantly feeling like I have SO much more to learn. Hrmph....
A glimpse into what I've been doing lately.
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