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One thing I’ve noticed over my decade-long career as a wedding photographer is that there are some things we just don’t talk about. Whether it’s in online forums, Facebook groups or at networking events, the conversation usually centers around gear and presets.
There’s a misconception that becoming a successful wedding photographer is just about investing in a great camera, setting up a website and the bookings will roll in.
In this wedding photography podcast episode, I want to expose the truth of being a wedding photographer that nobody really talks about and some of the harsh realities that we face.
We’ll chat about the amount of work you really have to do to get established as a wedding photographer in today’s competitive markets and the need to be able to sustain that throughout your career.
It’s not just a matter of believing in yourself or following in the footsteps of other wedding photographers who’ve already “made it”. Each one of us has a unique situation, whether it be our lifestyle, brand or style and success is not going to come by just replicating someone else’s.
We’ll also chat about the harsh realization that perhaps we just don’t have what it takes to make it as a full-time wedding photographer, maybe due to our lack of photography skills, creative eye or our personalities.
Rather than looking at wedding photography through rose-colored glasses, I want to reveal the truth of what it takes to make it in the industry and equip you with the right skills and foundation to become a successful wedding photographer.
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