Wedding Photography

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About This CourseBeginner

You’re a photographer and you want to make money from your hobby and passion. Does this sound like you? If it does, have you ever thought about doing wedding photography?

Average wedding photographer’s make over $3,000 per wedding. Great photographers can make $10,000+ per wedding. And money isn’t the only reason to be a wedding photographer. It is an important job that helps capture a beautiful day and preserve memories for a lifetime.

If you’re interested in using your photo skills to make people happy (and make money), this is a great course for you!

Will Carnahan, professional wedding photographer, and Phil Ebiner, professional wedding videographer take you through every step of becoming a successful photographer.

Here are just some of the things you’ll be learning in this course:

  • Setting up your wedding photography business
  • Creating a brand, website, and portfolio
  • Putting together wedding photography packages and pricing them to make sales
  • Getting your first clients
  • Putting together an awesome equipment kit for shooting weddings
  • Knowing exactly what goes on during a typical wedding day and how to navigate it
  • Shooting beautiful photos of every moment (with a walk-through of two entire weddings)
  • Posing and interacting with couples (with a live demonstration of 5 basic poses)
  • Editing photos to make them look amazing in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop
  • Succeeding with your business and being a happy photographer
  • much, much, more!

Please check out the entire course lesson plan below.

Why is this the course that will make you successful?

Taking online courses isn’t easy. It takes work and action. This course will help you succeed by giving you concrete action items. If you follow everything that we ask of you, we promise that you’ll have a wedding photography business up and running by the end of the course.

Are you ready to be successful?

Are you ready to make money doing what you love (photography)?

Are you ready to be happier because you have a flexible work schedule?

Take this course today and learn how to become a wedding photographer.

Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have learned about wedding photography.

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Course Curriculum

Course Sections

What’s This Course All About?

Why Should You Become A Wedding Photographer?

Who Is The Instructor (Will Carnahan)?

5 Tips for Better Wedding Photos

How To Pose And Interact With A Couple (Live Session)

Wedding Pose Downloadable Guide: 7 Poses, 35 Shots, Endless Possibilities

How Will You Succeed In This Course?

Section Introduction

What Type Of Wedding Photographer Are You?

How To Build Your Starter Camera Kit. What Equipment Do You Need?

What Camera Brand Is The Best?

Where Should You Buy Camera Equipment?

How To Pick A Name For Your Wedding Photography Company

Top Tips For Launching A Website

Action Item: Pick A Company Name & Build Your Website

How To Build Your Wedding Packages

Pricing To Make Sales & Success

How To Get Your Very First Clients

The Importance Of Contracts

The Philosophy Of A Happy Wedding Photographer

Section Recap – What Did We Learn In This Section?

Section Introduction

Taking Care Of Business On The Wedding Day

What Will You Be Photographing On The Wedding Day?

Action Item: List Out The Key Moments Of Your Next Wedding

Section Recap: What Did We Learn In This Section?

Section Intro

Wedding Day Equipment Check

Wedding Day Considerations – Day Vs. Night, Indoor Vs. Outdoor

Do You Need An Assistant Or Second Shooter?

How Much Should You Pay A Second Shooter?

Action Item: Find A 2nd Shooter

Scheduling The Wedding Day (First Looks, Family Photos, Couple Shots, etc)

Achieving Your Look

How To Shoot: Pre-Ceremony Details

How To Shoot: Bride And Bridal Party Preparation

How To Shoot: Groom And Groomsmen Preparation

Thoughts About Shooting Details

How To Shoot: Walking Down The Aisle

How To Shoot: Ceremony Coverage

How To Shoot: Ceremony Readers And Officiants

How to Shoot: Vows, Ring Exchange, And The Kiss

How To Shoot: Walking Out Of The Ceremony And Post-Ceremony Activities

How To Shoot: Family, Group, And Wedding Party Photos

How To Shoot: Posed Couple Shots

Action Item: Save Your Favorite Poses

Action Item Demonstration: Finding Inspirational Photos On Pinterest

How To Shoot: Reception Grand Entrance

How To Shoot: Reception Details

How To Shoot: Speeches And Toasts

How To Shoot: Cake Cutting

How To Shoot: The First Dances

How To Shoot: Bouquet And Garter Toss

How To Shoot: The Dance/Party Scene

Recap – What Did We Learn In This section?

Section Intro

Which Photo Editing Application Should You Use?

Photo Editing Workflow In Lightroom

Exporting Photos From Lightroom

Photo Editing Workflow In Photoshop

Creating An Online Gallery: Zenfolio Overview

Using Lightroom Presets

Recap – What Did We Learn In This Section?

Section Intro

Being Happy – Tips From A Wedding Photographer

Making It A Business And Sticking With It

Building Out Your Portfolio

Getting Testimonials – Yelp, Wedding Wire, The Knot

Using Social Media & Networks To Expand Your Business

Dealing With Saturated Markets

Competing With Family Photographers (Why Is Wedding Photography So Expensive!)

Working With Other Vendors For Success

Section Recap – What Did We Learn In This Section?

Section Intro

What Equipment Do You Need For An Engagement Shoot?

How Much To Charge For Engagement Photos

Picking The Perfect Location For Engagement Photos

Tips For Posing And Interacting With The Couple

Review Of Engagement Photos

Section Recap – What Did We Learn In This Section?

Reviews

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  1. Deanne Bossell says:

    Great course
    I enjoyed this class. It is great. Really well explained step by step how to. From starting a business. To how to shoot a wedding. Getting customers, paperwork, a little tax advice. Equipment to use. Great to help you get a start on wedding photography for a business.