Shutterfest is a conference unlike any other that I attend. It is a hands-on, skill-based, action-oriented conference. I love it… and it exhausts me! Check out the Instagram feed to see what I mean. This year Shutterfest was both bigger and better. There were more attendees, more classes, more vendors.. and more mayhem (the good
#WPPI2016 2016 marks my 8th trip to the Wedding and Portrait Photographer International (WPPI) convention. This year, I find myself reflecting on all of my past trips to WPPI as a student, a vendor, an author and now a second-time speaker. For me, being a speaker is all about giving back, but I’m realizing now
Thea Dodds presented 3 workshops on posing same-sex couples at Shutterfest 2015 and recommends highly the hands-on experience that Sal Cincotta and his team have built.
When I first started photographing same-sex weddings, my biggest struggle was in posing two brides or two grooms. Many of my favorite couple poses just didn’t work for my same-sex couples. Sometimes I found myself making my same-sex couples look like friends or siblings, perhaps because my only experience with posing two women or two
Photographer Thea Dodds presents the first same-sex wedding photography class at WPPI and encourages photographers to ask for more educational opportunities regarding the emerging LGBTQ market.