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Workshop Re-Cap | IN-CAMERA: Shooting & Post

by Jody on April 18, 2012, posted in Photography Workshops

The Nashville stop of our in-camera tour is officially over and we had a blast at the sold-out workshop that took place at our home!! The weather was awesome and photos were better! Check it out!


We started off teaching about nailing your images in the camera with some class time in our living room! We also ended the day teaching how we do our 3 to 5 hour workflow and edit things at lighting speed!
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Happy Anniversary Scarlett & Stephen!!!

by Jody on April 16, 2012, posted in Featured Weddings

It was a year ago today that we were in Florida not only shooting but celebrating with fellow photographers Stephen & Scarlett Knuth ( These guys are an amazing couple and we love how their hearts are focused on becoming the people who God has called them to be and having a marriage that God designed. Keep up the hard work!
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Hey guys! We did a live chat with past clients and amazing photography duo Stephen and Scarlett a few days ago, and we are making it available here on the blog!


It is an hour long talk about faith, marriage and mixing that with your business with Q & A from the live crowd! We had over 450 people tune in when it went live which was amazing!! During the live chat, some people could not here Stephen and Scarlett for the first 7 minutes or so, but the audio is on this mix, so check out the beginning if you missed it last time around.
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Welcome to Tuesday Photography Tips and Tricks by us, Zach and Jody! We are super excited to talk about a wedding that we just shot in Destin, Florida 2 weeks ago and break down a few shots!

Whenever we go out to shoot a wedding, there are exactly 1 million different things to think about as we try and capture the most beautiful images possible for our clients. Not only is it critical to shoot the moments as they unfold, but you have to make sure they happen in good lighting (so they look good), you have to be certain that you are shooting your client from the most flattering angle, using the right lens and the right settings to get consistent shots and you have to able to respond very quickly in case things change in an instant. There are no second chances with certain moments at weddings, like the first kiss, but sometimes, with some moments, there can be room to flex. That is what today’s post is about! [click to continue…]


Happy Monday!

by Jody on April 9, 2012, posted in Uncategorized

Happy Monday!!

All of last week we were taking some time off and rightly so – once this weekend starts with our Nashville workshops, we have either weddings, workshops, or conferences for 11 weekends straight! Whew!

We’re back hitting the grind and look forward to interacting with you all again on social media and our bog!