wedding day challenges

Unexpected issues happen to every photographer; it’s an inevitable part of the wedding day shoot. From timelines falling behind to unpredicted weather, to harsh or non-existent light, there are plenty of challenges that arise. And with multiple weddings on your plate this busy season, chances are you will encounter quite a few more. Because you still need to be prepared and capture memorable images for your couples, how can you overcome any issue that comes your way?

RSVP: Real Wedding Challenges Photographers Face (and How to Conquer Them)

Thursday, September 21st
10am PDT

*Big News – When you RSVP now, you are automatically entered to win a Lily Deanne shoulder bag from Think Tank Photo!

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Image by Collin Pierson

In our free Online Training, Collin Pierson will discuss real wedding day challenges that happen and his personal solutions to working through any day of problems to deliver unforgettable images to clients.

Collin is an award-winning wedding and editorial photographer and educator based in Chicago, Illinois. Combining his unique past in photojournalism, sports, and fashion photography, he created a style that is both candid and dramatic. Collin is dedicated to a personalized approach with all of his clients; reflected in the images he captures of their life-defining moments. When he is not shooting, he is an educator to other photographers at workshops, conventions, and conferences around the world.

Throughout our free Online Training, supported by Think Tank Photo, Collin will share how to:

– Use simple techniques to turn any wedding day disaster around
Quickly and efficiently work through shoots that bring rain, snow, or wind
– Pack an emergency kit, filled with must-have items for any situation
– Remain calm and controlled during unexpected scenarios

Join us on Thursday, September 21st at 10 am PDT to learn strategies you can use at your upcoming weddings this busy season! RSVP to secure your spot!

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