Come see Tiffany Photography tonight at the Wedding Salon.
The Wedding Salon – West Hollywood, CA Show date: Monday May 03, 2010
Show hours: 4 PM to 9 PM
I had the pleasure and honor of photographing Rabbi Mentz’s youngest son Sruly’s Bar Mitzvah celebration last week. I met Rabbi Mentz at Chabad of Bel Air years ago. Working with Rabbi Mentz and his family on any endeavor is always a joy. To view more images from this event, click here.
Bar Mitzvah Photographer:
Tiffany Photography www.tiffanyphotography.com
I had a great time speacking at the Bootcamp hosted by The Wedding Salon at Hansen’s Cakes.
The other speakers on the panel gave great wedding tips and included R-Mine Bridal, Lanalia, Tiffany Photography, The Dressing Room Diva, Envelopments, Eventures Inc., Focus Photography, Tasty Sounds Entertainment, The Resort at Pelican Hill, and Kona Village.
I can’t wait to participate in the LA event – The Wedding Salon On May 3, 2010 at The London West Hollywood!
Ok, I don’t normally post personal stuff on my wedding photography blog, BUT my husband was so cute and sweet this Valentine’s Day I had to share!
He got me a floral arrangement made of red roses and orchids plus a box of Godiva chocolate!
I love being married and it makes working on weddings that much more fun knowing I have the love of my life waiting at home for me.
I’m looking forward to shooting a wedding at the Palos Verdes Country Club on February 13th and am very happy I have the 14th off to spend with my husband!
Happy Valentine’s Day to all planning a 2010 wedding! Still looking for wedding photography? Check out my web page at www.tiffanyphotography.com
In recent years the term ‘wedding photojournalism’ has become synonymous with artistic, black and white photography, candid, sepia toned and all around great wedding images. The true meaning of photojournalism has been lost and many people ask for wedding photography photojournalism without really knowing what they are requesting.
Photojournalists tell an in depth photo story by capturing an event from many angles including details, over all shots of the event from afar, candid images of the participants and crowd reactions. A true photojournalist is objective, does not direct or participate in the action. As a trained photojournalist with a degree in photojournalism, it became apparent that strictly shooting a wedding in the photojournalistic style leaves something to be desired. Most couples do enjoy and appreciate direction from the wedding photographer.
Having shot wedding photography for over 5 years I have developed my own style of wedding photography that incorporates the perfect blend of wedding photojournalism, fine art, fashion, fun and a revamped look at traditional wedding photography.