¨Photography, as well all know, is not real at all. It is an illusion of reality wit which we create our own private world¨
Then you start a new process based on communication.
-Tell your photographer what are your expectations. With that you ever dreamed photos (show some examples), may eventually any of your photos look like these samples but will guide who made the photographs of your wedding.
-Provide trust the photographer during your planning process; remember that the wedding day will be he who will give you confidence and peace.
-Provide information about the program activities of your wedding. Be generous with time to spare for photos after the ceremony, when even the makeup of marriage and emotions are still fresh.
-Provide food to those working at your wedding. When it comes to superior coverage at 5 am, you must prevent the supply of liquid refreshment and some of these people who have been with you from the makeup to the reception.
"The next step will be, after the wedding, waiting for proofs to be enjoyed and select those that will be used to prepare the delivery format previously selected.
Juan Guzman/Destination weddings photographer
BRAND NEW and highly energetic seminar programme by two icons!
Yervant from Australia TOGETHER with Joe Buissink of USA present:
Each is renowned for his style and individual technique, BOTH are leaders in their respective corners of the world and now....
TOGETHER, they will present their individual views, approach and future direction in professional wedding photography internationally.
Live shoot, each will show their way, light as they see it, angles they like, their communication methods, how each sees the 'story' of the day, then of course, Photoshop and finishing.
Business and marketing which each utilise in their respective businesses and their plans and vision for the future trends of wedding photography worldwide.
NEW repertoire from BOTH, Joe will showcase complete wedding coverage, Yervant will demonstrate his simple but all essential Photoshop finishing techniques on both his and also Joe's images.... Celebrities shot by Joe... finished by Yervant . Totally INSPIRATIONAL .
13 City seminar tour of USA and Canada
Seats filling very quickly, BOOK now to secure your spot.
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John L. Simson, Executive Director of SoundExchange®, has been involved in the music industry since his 1971 signing with Perception Records as a singer/songwriter. His career has included a ten-year partnership in Studio One Artists, managing country superstar Mary Chapin Carpenter (1988-1995), Steve Forbert (Geffen), Jonell Mosser (MCA), Mike Henderson (RCA) and others. Simson has practiced entertainment law since 1980, and most recently was of counsel to the firm of Berliner, Corcoran & Rowe from 1990 through 1999. Simson joined SoundExchange in March of 2000 and was named its Executive Director in June of 2001.
Simson served as Executive Producer of the PBS television special, "Mary Chapin Carpenter Live At Wolftrap," received an Emmy nomination for his music supervision of the PBS "American Roots Music" special, and also worked on Harry Belafonte's "An Evening With Harry Belafonte and Friends." His other television credits include: Sesame Street 30th Anniversary Special and a network special of the April '97 Presidential Summit, "Keeping America's Promise."
Simson has been very active in the Washington, D.C. Arts community and received the "Outstanding Volunteer Attorney Award" from Washington Area Lawyers for the Arts during its 10th Anniversary celebration. He was one of the founders of the Washington Area Music Association and served as its first President (1985-1990). Simson has also served as Vice President of the Steering Committee of the D.C. Bar's Arts, Entertainment and Sports Law Section and as a Board member and Legal Counsel to the Songwriters Association of Washington.
Simson was elected President of the Washington, D.C. chapter of NARAS (Recording Academy) in April of 2004. He was elected to the Recording Academy Board of Governors in 1997 for the Washington, D.C. chapter, and served three years as a National Trustee of the Academy (1997-2000). Simson has also served on the Board of the Alliance of Artists and Record Companies (AARC), the Washington Area Music Association, Institute For the Arts In Science Education, Inc., Video Culture, Inc., the Takoma/Silver Spring Thunderbolts and the 20th Century Consort. He is a member of the Folk Alliance, the Country Music Association and an alumnus of Nashville's "Leadership Music."
Simson is currently an adjunct professor of Entertainment Law at American University's Washington College of Law, and taught Entertainment Law for two semesters at Catholic University's Columbus School of Law. He has also taught Criminal Procedure at Temple University's School of Criminal Justice, Free Press/Fair Trial at the American University School of Criminal Justice and has lectured frequently on entertainment law and business.