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  • Lack of Diversity on Wedding Blogs & Feature Accounts

    The Editorial Team of Wedding Blogs Need to Focus on Diversity // The underrepresentation of Black people on many mainstream wedding blogs, publications and feature accounts has been a persistent issue for many years. This article is particularly helpful for the editorial team of wedding blogs, publications and feature accounts. At the same time, I…

  • Educating the Wedding Industry on Diversity & Inclusion

    Wedding Blogs & Wedding Photography Conferences on Represenation of Black People // In order to bring about real, lasting change in the wedding industry in regards to pushing for more diversity and inclusivity, fully acknowledging the issue is the first step in solving it. Not everybody truly understands what all the uproar is about. They…

  • Dear Wedding Industry, Black People Are NOT a Trend

    Diversity & Inclusion is Important in the Wedding Industry // The lack of diversity and representation in the wedding industry as a whole of Black people and other minorities is evident. This topic is NOT new and it did NOT just come to light. It has been addressed on a number of occasions in the…

  • Are You Feeling Burn Out as a Wedding Photographer?

    Managing Stress & Overwhelm as a Wedding Photographer // When the wedding season started, you were filled with enthusiasm and excitement. But as the summer progressed, you noticed that you are starting to get overwhelmed juggling all the different hats – photographing the wedding, editing, admin, marketing etc…Somehow, you feel like you were not fully…

  • How to Reach Your Personal Goals as a Wedding Photographer

    Wedding Photographers and Goal Setting // It is so important to take the time to reflect on the past year. Look back at how far you have come and the various experiences that you got to be a part of. What were your highlights? What didn‘t go as you wished? Also, take the time assess…

  • Make the Best of the Quiet Season as a Wedding Photographer

    Be Productive During the Low Season of Wedding Photography // The quiet season is a wonderful time to unwind and take it a bit easy. At the same time, it is a great opportunity to make strides in your business. Want to bring your wedding photography business to the next level in the upcoming year?…

  • Juggling Motherhood & Wedding Photography

    Working Mother & Wedding Photography Business // Running a sustainable photography business is challenging in itself without being a parent. But that should not hold us back from the joy of motherhood and the satisfaction of having our own wedding photography business. We need to start by recognising a very important truth: achieving a perfect…

  • Are You Still Editing Your Wedding Images?

    Lagging Behind on Delivering Wedding Gallery // Can you relate? The wedding season is over, but you are still sitting at your desk editing images from the past few weddings. You have no idea how all this work piled up and how you are lagging so behind… Are you starting to get emails inquiring about…

  • Bee & Rog Walker: Personal Projects

    Paper Monday // In the process of selecting the sessions that I wanted to attend at The CreFest, (previously known as The Rural Workshop), I wanted to ensure that I receive input not only from those specialized in the wedding industry, but also from those proficient in other types of photography. In all honesty, I…