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WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER INTERVIEW – Tauran Woo

“I was very reasonably priced for my skill level and was able to book about 22 weddings the following year, and 40+ the year after that.” PHOTOGRAPHYSILO.COM: In your early years of high school, were you involved in...
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WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER INTERVIEW – Roberto Valenzuela

“I had never shot a wedding before I booked my first bridal fair in Arizona.  I paid for a full booth for the fair, but did not have a single wedding under my belt. “ PAST PHOTOGRAPHYSILO.COM: In your early years o...
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WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER INTERVIEW – Zabrina Deng of JEZA photography

“1st client was a friend of my friends. They hired us after looking at pictures we posted on Facebook shot from Scott’s China workshop in October 2009. “ ZABRINA DENG PAST PHOTOGRAPHYSILO.COM: In your early ye...
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WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER INTERVIEW: Jules Bianchi

“My first two weddings were jobs I did for free.  They were for friends of mine who had no budget for their weddings and because I was happy to just get the experience, it was a perfect situation.” PhotographySILO....
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PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER INTERVIEW: CHRIS MONCUS

                          “I was intent on being an event photographer. Dunno why. But that’s where I was headed. “     LAWRENCEATIENZ...
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WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER INTERVIEW: JEN MAY PASTORES

“If photography is what you love, continue investing your time and efforts to give your clients an exceptional experience and excellent work. And when you’re going through difficult times, keep your head up and keep at it....
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WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER INTERVIEW: PETER GARR

“I focus strictly on wedding photography.  I believe that it’s better for me to be a GREAT wedding photographer than a mediocre “everything” photographer.” Portrait by: http://www.maggieharkov.com...
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PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER INTERVIEW: Manuello Paganelli

“MY best training came from my newspaper working experience at the Chattanooga Times. It helps me to work fast and to do the job right under pressure.” PAST   LAWRENCEATIENZA.COM: In your early years of high sc...
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WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER INTERVIEW: SESHU

“Let me be frank and say that “the top” is an illusion. There is no “top”. One could and should keep on elevating their game. That’s what inspires me most. I want my next wedding or portrait ...
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WEEKEND PHOTOGRAPHER INTERVIEW: Ed Hidden

“At that point, I was still shooting my hobbies but I would try some artsy stuff that I had read about in that book occasionally. Then I found iStockphoto.com and my interest took off.” PAST LAWRENCEATIENZA.COM: In ...
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PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER INTERVIEW: Colin Anderson

“Every image has it’s own process. What usually happens whether it be just for myself or a client is we work from a layout, often a rough composite or just a hand drawn one.” PAST LAWRENCEATIENZA.COM: In your ...
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PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER INTERVIEW: Mark Robert Halper

“I do think that branding is becoming ever more important for photographers, and we’re also one of the hardest kinds of businesses to brand. “ PAST LAWRENCEATIENZA.COM: In your early years of high school, were you...
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WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER INTERVIEW: Erich Chen

“Going beyond the expectations. Also, actively shooting, and making sure that you get the work done on time and done well. “ PAST LAWRENCEATIENZA.COM: In your early years of high school, were you involved in the yea...
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WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER INTERVIEW: Candice Cunningham

“I was not in photography in high school, I actually was in video production class.  I was really ahead on credits so I was able to take video production 4 hours of my day.  Now if I could just remember that for the fus...
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PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER INTERVIEW: Melissa Rodwell

“Syndication keeps things rolling. Usage fees, things like that. Advertising work and catalogue work. Campaigns bring in money.” PAST LAWRENCEATIENZA.COM: In your early years of high school, were you involved in the...
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PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER INTERVIEW: Dana Hursey

“My immediate goals are to continue to grow the business, develop new clients, reach into new geographical markets, and raise my profile.”   PAST LAWRENCEATIENZA.COM: In your early years of high school, were yo...
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PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER INTERVIEW: Rasmus Rasmussen

“I sort of just slipped into photography and went straight to school, as soon as I decided to get serious about it.” PAST LAWRENCEATIENZA.COM: In your early years of high school, were you involved in the yearbook ? ...
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PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER INTERVIEW: Scott Bourne

PAST LAWRENCEATIENZA.COM: In your early years of high school, were you involved in the yearbook ? What sparked your interest in photography? Do you recommend all the weekend photographers out there to initially stick with the s...
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PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER INTERVIEW: Fred Egan

“Weddings and consultations provide the majority of my business’ income. Regarding branding, it takes time to develop. Your brand is the sum of the feelings, values and emotions that consumers’ conjure up in their min...
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PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER INTERVIEW: Kevin Kubota

                        “All my new work really came from referrals. I put a sample wedding album in a women’s gym that my wife taught at. I got a ton of work ...
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