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- An Epic Elopement, By Stephanie ZakasPhotographing elopements may seem easy but they really aren’t, according to adventure elopement and intimate weddings photographer Stephanie Zakas. All Photos © Stephanie Zakas“I think elopements, even within our industry, aren’t fully understood and couples might not have one because of it,” Zakas explains. “Elopements are sometimes seen as a…
- After the Wedding CeremonyJessica, who is Canadian, and Ryan, who is Vietnamese, decided to get married in Hội, which, say Andrew and Tin Tin of Hipster Wedding, is recognized as an exceptionally well-preserved example of a Southeast Asian trading port dating from the 15th century, with its buildings and street plan reflecting a blend…
- Who Should Sign Your Wedding Photography Contract?Let’s say you are hired to photograph a wedding by the bride and groom, who also sign the contract, but the father of the bride pays your fee. You shoot the event, edit the photos, and send the bride and groom the album. They love everything and are very pleased…
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