A manual on wedding photography, organized as a detailed "shooting script" for a typical wedding day. Over 150 photographs take the reader step-by-step through all the pictures that clients expect to see in their albums, from formal portraits to candid shots at the reception. The revised edition includes information on digital imaging and using the Internet. The book can also be used as a business tool, and offers advice on: techniques for making sales presentations to clients; how to choose a professional laboratory; how to use digital files; how to create wedding albums that make an impact; and how to maximize the business potential of the Internet.
About the Author
George Schaub is an experienced author and well published writer/photographer, who lives in Sea Cliff, New York.
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