RTC PhotoWork Haltom Newborn & Woman Photographer

Posts tagged Bridal

0 notes &

New Designs for Collages and Press Products!

RTC PhotoWork Child Collage

 I have been working long and hard designing lately!  I have plans to start selling templates for photographers outside of the DFW area, but you all get the spoils of my hard work ahead of time.

 New collage layouts, backgrounds, announcements galore!  (What do you think of the collage up there?  Just imagine your lovie in there…I know you want one!)  I’m so excited to have these elements ready to go, whether you want a canvas wrap, collage wall print, or an awesome book to show off your photos.  I am so proud to offer you work that is 100% hand-designed by me, rather than bought or downloaded.  I can’t wait to start using these designs for you guys!

 I’m still working on holiday cards, but we’ve got a little time for that.  Speaking of holiday cards, now is the time to schedule your session without the worry and rush of last minute sessions and proofing before you need to get your cards in the mail!

 Announcement coming Monday about some changes I’m making in how I handle sessions.  A lot of you should have no excuse at all not to have a session.  ;)

 Until next time, have a great weekend!  (And let me know when you would like to book your shoot!)

Oh yeah!  All photos and written content on RTC PhotoWork blog are copyright to RTC PhotoWork.  None of these photos are to be printed or posted anywhere, whether in part or in whole, unless given the express permission of RTC PhotoWork.  Please contact me at t.jcurry@yahoo.com for permission if you would like to repost any images or content.

Filed under RTC PhotoWork DFW Dallas Fort Worth Texas Photography Lifestyle Personality Custom Designs Collages Press Products Portrait Creative Child Family Engagement Wedding Bridal Layflat Book Announcements Holiday Cards

0 notes &

Ah, wedding albums!
I woke up yesterday morning to an email from this lovely bride, Ashley, requesting info about a wedding album.  Ms. Ashley was my very first bride.  She hired me to shoot at her wedding because her other photographer was a man, and she didn’t want him in the bridal suite.  I actually met her while I was working for another photographer, and I had the pleasure of assisting during her bridal and engagement sessions with him.  Did you follow that?  Through the course of her pre-wedding and wedding photography, Ashley had three photographers!  (Makes me feel not so bad about considering one photographer as my main, hiring a second for the wedding day, and using someone else for a boudoir session!)  There’s actually nothing wrong with what she did.  I would have second-shot her wedding under my boss if he had been available on her date.
Either way, what a joy and honor to be there for the whole process!  And to be contacted to design her wedding album?  I’m super pumped.  I’ve designed many albums before, under another photographer.  And, you know what?  To be asked to design an album for a wedding I was hired for directly by the bride is really special to me.
I also get to piece together the work of 3 photographers.  The logical part of my brain says, “Shouldn’t you be concerned it will seem disjointed?”  (I like to be my own devil’s advocate from time to time…)  Really, I’m not concerned at all!  I already know my work flows well with the photographer I used to work with.  I also know that she hired the other photographer because she felt his work was similar to my old boss. 
All in all, the 3 (slightly differing) points of view will give a more complete picture of who this bride and groom are.  That is what wedding photography is all about!  It’s not just about a day and a few planned moments.  It’s about the personality, the life, the love of the couple and the people they invite to share it with.

Oh yeah!  All photos and written content on RTC  PhotoWork blog are copyright to RTC  PhotoWork.  None of these photos  are to be printed or  posted anywhere, whether in part or in whole,  unless given the express  permission of RTC  PhotoWork.  Please contact  me at t.jcurry@yahoo.com for  permission if  you would like to repost any images or content.

Ah, wedding albums!

I woke up yesterday morning to an email from this lovely bride, Ashley, requesting info about a wedding album.  Ms. Ashley was my very first bride.  She hired me to shoot at her wedding because her other photographer was a man, and she didn’t want him in the bridal suite.  I actually met her while I was working for another photographer, and I had the pleasure of assisting during her bridal and engagement sessions with him.  Did you follow that?  Through the course of her pre-wedding and wedding photography, Ashley had three photographers!  (Makes me feel not so bad about considering one photographer as my main, hiring a second for the wedding day, and using someone else for a boudoir session!)  There’s actually nothing wrong with what she did.  I would have second-shot her wedding under my boss if he had been available on her date.

Either way, what a joy and honor to be there for the whole process!  And to be contacted to design her wedding album?  I’m super pumped.  I’ve designed many albums before, under another photographer.  And, you know what?  To be asked to design an album for a wedding I was hired for directly by the bride is really special to me.

I also get to piece together the work of 3 photographers.  The logical part of my brain says, “Shouldn’t you be concerned it will seem disjointed?”  (I like to be my own devil’s advocate from time to time…)  Really, I’m not concerned at all!  I already know my work flows well with the photographer I used to work with.  I also know that she hired the other photographer because she felt his work was similar to my old boss. 

All in all, the 3 (slightly differing) points of view will give a more complete picture of who this bride and groom are.  That is what wedding photography is all about!  It’s not just about a day and a few planned moments.  It’s about the personality, the life, the love of the couple and the people they invite to share it with.

Oh yeah!  All photos and written content on RTC PhotoWork blog are copyright to RTC PhotoWork.  None of these photos are to be printed or posted anywhere, whether in part or in whole, unless given the express permission of RTC PhotoWork.  Please contact me at t.jcurry@yahoo.com for permission if you would like to repost any images or content.

Filed under RTC PhotoWork Dallas Fort Worth Waco Texas Wedding Wedding Photography Bride Photography Photo Wedding Album Album Design Engagement Bridal