Shooting a wedding is a serious undertaking that requires the utmost professionalism. Everything is vitally important - equipment selection, media preparation, and image cataloguing to understanding the schedule of the wedding day, finding the best background for portraiture, setting up the most flattering lighting, and most of all how to optimize your camera and instincts to capture those high impact moments.
I, Gary Fong, have photographed over 1000 weddings in my twenty year career and in that time I learned to improve, streamline, and optimize every aspect of my shooting and business skills.
Additionally, I am a leading photography products manufacture so one of my duties is to test and evaluate my accessories on all types of equipment.
For this wedding, we had three video cameras filming me and the event but one camera filming inside the camera. This offers you a rare look on what the photo looked like in my lens when I shot it with the settings displayed clearly.
After the wedding I go through a complete image review followed by how I lay out the beautiful leather craftsman albums, which are then designed by my album designer.
I promise you, you will not find a more comprehensive training video on wedding photography anywhere else.
In this 3 hour and 20 minute video series Gary covers in detail - from gear selection, workflow sheet, image selection and album design - how to photograph a wedding.
Videos included in this 3 hour and 20 minute series are An Introduction To The Workflow Sheet, Gear Selection And Camera Preparation, Learn As Gary Photographs A Live Wedding, Reviewing The Workflow Sheet After The Wedding, Using FinderRename To Organize Your Multi-Camera Photos, Reviewing Your Images, Reviewing The Complete Album Design, and A Conversation About Album Design With Amy Nave