A storyteller's framework for wedding photographers.
Do you feel like you can tell a good story through your images, only when the circumstances are ideal?
Are the wedding albums you design a bit lacklustre?
Are you finding your style as a wedding photographer, but feel like you can't get your clients to consistently connect emotionally with your work?
Photographers are not just mechanics, there to push a button according to what's happening in front of their lens. You get chosen because of the way you see the world, and the way you interpret the story of the wedding day. But storytelling is much more than just the schedule of the day, and that's where a lot of people get it wrong. If you want to 'let your pictures do the talking' you'll need to be able to present them in a way that connects with people.
In order to let your creativity run wild, it's good to have a framework in mind about what kind of recognisable elements form a story. That way you are armed with the knowledge that you can always tell the best possible story, in any kind of timescale. You'll always walk away with images that will flow together in a way that helps people fall in love with your vision, which allows you to charge what you're worth. In this course award-winning wedding photographer Marianne Taylor shares her take on wedding storytelling, and how having a framework made her career skyrocket.
If you want to consistently attract clients who love your vision, and sell more albums, this course is for you.
Everything you need for creating engaging stories & beautiful albums
This course includes video modules, home exercises, software walkthroughs, a 22 page Digital Reference Guide and the Her Lovely Heart InDesign Album Templates (£44 value).
Her Lovely Heart founder Marianne Taylor is a dreamer, a photographer, a teacher and a lover of colour & all things pretty. She has been an entrepreneur since the late 90's, along with having a long career as a magazine designer. She runs an award-winning photography studio and offers advice, mentoring and online training to heart-led creative entrepreneurs. Her wedding and editorial photography has been published in blogs and magazines the world over, and her personal photography has been part of an exhibition at Tate Britain.