How to Photograph a Wedding – A Guide to Equipment, Shooting, Editing and More

How to Photograph a Wedding – A Guide to Equipment, Shooting, Editing and More

  • Have you ever entertained the thought of being a wedding photographer?
  • Or have you ever been asked by a friend to photograph their wedding?
  • Or have you already taken the leap into wedding photography and it’s not quite going the way you hoped?

If you you answer yes to any of these questions – our brand new Wedding Photography ebook is for you!

Best of all – if you grab it this week it’s 50% off the normal retail price – so it’s your for just $9USD!

This beautifully designed eBook was written by Lily Sawyer who many of you will know as a regular writer for dPS.

Lily is also a professional photographer and draws on her experience of photographing more than 500 weddings, events and portrait sessions to share some practical advice for anyone hoping to embark on a similar journey into wedding photography.

7 Chapters of Practical Wedding Photography Advice

Included in this eBook are 7 chapters covering:

  • How to be a good wedding photographer
  • Equipment for wedding photography
  • A step-by-step guide to photographing a wedding day
  • Editing and batch processing
  • Products you can offer your clients
  • Pricing and how to find your happy place
  • Marketing your business

Click through for more details and to preview sample pages and to grab your copy of the eBook.

We think this is one of the best risk-free instantly downloadable resource you can buy to help you on your journey as a wedding photographer – no hype, no over-promising or relentless hustle speak – just realistic advice and practical tips.

P.S. As with all our books and courses, we offer a 60-day money back guarantee, so you can buy it confidently today, risk-free.

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Darren Rowse is the editor and founder of Digital Photography School and SnapnDeals. He lives in Melbourne Australia and is also the editor of the ProBlogger Blog Tips. Follow him on Instagram, on Twitter at @digitalPS or on Google+.