One thing I’ve learned as a wedding photographer thus far, as I continue to build my business and my brand, is that the best teacher is experience! Not just any experience, but quality experiences that help other photographers to unlock their potential and offers a little help along the way. When I was first starting out, it was anything but smooth. I tried to search for various training wedding photography workshops and mentors but I found almost everything I invested in to be very vague and overall not very helpful. After years of organization and contemplation, I’ve decided to offer training workshops and a mentorship program that wasn’t available to me about 12 years ago.
Since I first began shooting weddings in 2008 I’ve learned contract tips, customer service tips, marketing tips and shoot tips, and I’m eager to share with you all. I’ve wasted so much money on equipment and marketing tools that didn’t help build my brand at all. With more experience under my belt I’ve learned a few ways to create an organized and profitable wedding day that yields beautiful results for the clients. It’s all about having a balance and a timeline that will ensure that you are able to capture all those special moments, efficiently. I love weddings. More than that, I love people, and I love to help people
I’ll share tips like how to be more organized, the best marketing tools including how to utilize social media to your advantage, my philosophy behind photography, and much more during our training sessions. I’ll be offering these sessions via phone or Skype. You can rest assured that you will receive quality information that’ll help you on your journey as a wedding photographer instead of wasting your time and hindering your growth. At LavishlyLux we have created an amazing mentoring program for wedding photographers at any stage. Our 45 minute sessions cover one topic per session. Topics can include; Getting Started as a Wedding Photographer, Branding, Social Media, Identifying Your Target Audience, Marketing, Lighting and many other topics that’ll get you going on your way to becoming a successful wedding photographer. Thanks for stopping by stay tuned for more information such as dates and times for the wedding photography workshops!
Wedding Photographer Workshop for Beginners
February 9, 2020 4pm -7pm
@ Toasted Coffee
5420 Ross Avenue #180
Dallas, Texas 75206
Lavishly Lux Studio is hosting a “Wedding Photography for Beginners” workshop in Dallas, Texas. Workshop topics include;
- Wedding Basics
- Learning about weddings
- Creating a wedding questionnaire
- Creating a wedding photography timeline
- Equipment Basics
- What equipment to buy
- Bring your camera and speedlight for basic camera settings and lighting discussion
- Contract Basics
- Creating a wedding photography contract
What to Bring
- Pen and Paper
- Camera and speedlight (If you have one)
- Existing contract (If you have one)
*Additional dates and workshops will be released soon.
Lavishly Lux Studio Wedding Photographer Mentoring Program
We have created an amazing mentoring program for wedding photographers at any stage. Our 45 minute sessions cover one topic per session. Topics can include; Getting Started as a Wedding Photographer, Branding, Social Media, Identifying Your Target Audience, Marketing, Lighting and Anything Else.
More about Misha Wynn
Birthed by two traditional southerners, Misha Wynn was raised in the Dallas/Fort worth metro area. Influenced by strong work ethic and an even stronger religious backbone to support it, the unknowingly blessed parents sprouted an artsy, high spirited, fearless, and somewhat introverted wild child who ruled the 70s in true form. Because of this upbringing, and the individual at hand, Misha decided to pursue a non-traditional career in Architecture with a side of art to fuel her creative appetite. The “wild child” fell in love with almost every discipline of art (ain’t nobody got time for glass blowing), including dance, poetry, photography and music.
These days, time is split (not evenly though) between 17 year old twin boys , brunching with besties, and storytelling through the lens of people who trust Misha to capture their most precious moments. Wedding photography evolved from a simple picture to the idea of love, which escalated into the entrigue of art and it’s parallels. Misha’s specialty is capturing raw emotion in her images, with hopes that 20 years later, clients will have that exact same feeling when they see their photos from their special day again (never mind the outdated hair). Being a wedding photographer has been one of life’s biggest inspirations. Every weekend, new love is experienced and capturing all those moments turns passion from a job, into a bonafide calling. Loving what you do makes the hustle easy, but doing what you’re called to do makes the world continue to spin around and around.