This couple was one of the sweetest pair of individuals I've worked with in a long time! The entire time I was there, they kept their eyes locked on each other. They were young, but they gave off an energy that said they had been waiting forever for this moment to arrive.
In addition to writing helpful articles on photography, I'll be posting photo blogs from some of my recent sessions. Here are highlights from my yoga photography session with yoga rockstar and professional badass, MJ Travers!
Weddings go by so fast! One moment you’re getting ready, the next thing you know you’re already cutting the cake. Don’t rush through each event; instead, take a breath or two, smile, and take it all in. It’s your day! Take the time to enjoy it. Give the photographer a minute or two in order to set up lighting and get angles for things like the bouquet toss or grand entrance. You won’t remember the extra minute you waited, but you will be happy you did when you get your photos. Slow down, and let the photographer direct you for optimal photos of every mini event...
In my experience, yoga and photography work beautifully together. Yoga is that perfect combination of power and grace, and with the right tools and strategies, capturing someone’s yoga practice can be pure magic. Yogis are some of the most low maintenance and mellow people I have ever encountered, likely due to a consistent meditation practice among other things. That being said, yoga photography can be a challenge, especially if you are used to something a bit more traditional, like family or portrait photography. So, here are 7 tips and tricks (one for each chakra) for amazing yoga photos every time!