Adapted from the Yoruba tradition, it is said to represent the promise to love your partner – for better or worse, for richer or poorer, in sickness and in health.
Sorting through wedding samples and finding so many beautiful bouquets and flowers from all of our weddings last year. Looking at all of these is actually warming me up a little on this colder February day! Really looking forward to the warmer months and all of our 2013 weddings even more now!!!
We’ve been photographing weddings for a long time now (8 years) and we’ve seen our fair share of oops-moments and poor choices. I’ve collected my Top 10 Wedding Mistakes to Avoid… according to Trystan Photography.
Within the last 5 months or so, I made the decision to take a break from being the main photographer for our portrait business here at Trystan Photography, so that I could focus on my boudoir photography, LBoudoir, something I’ve always been incredibly passionate about. I’ve still been taking some portraits this year… back home […]
Wedding planners cost a lot of money. Extra money (if you could just buckle down and do it all yourself) you’d save for other nicer things (like better cake, more flowers) if you didn’t get that wedding planner. Right? WRONG! In my 7 years of being a professional wedding photographer, if there’s one thing I […]
We do offer a la carte digital files to all of our clientele, and it’s becoming a massive trend across the industry of professional portrait and wedding photography that the clients want the digital files. We get this! We love the world of digital: sharing on Facebook, ease of use, inexpensive printing through any of […]
Please click the photo or follow the link to view Jessica and Lee’s stunning wedding samples at Shove Chapel and Cheyenne Mountain Resort. It’s dark. It’s very Gothic in it’s architecture. It’s one of the most feared places to shoot in Colorado Springs. Why? I have no idea. All I know, is whenever I have […]
She’s back: Christian from Bella Dia Events was kind enough to contribute yet another phenomenal blog post. In this post she offers up her top ideas to trim a little “fat” from your wedding budget… … notice she doesn’t say you should cut back on the photography. The Wedding Bailout: Money Saving Ideas for 2009 […]
It’s a very rare thing that I get really excited about another wedding vendor. It’s a risky thing to completely, fully, and enthusiastically endorse another vendor which you have no say or stake in. They could fall through, and then your reputation is sullied through your association. So needless to say, I’ve been pretty stingy […]
I’m a very conservative equipment buyer. I usually don’t move on the next best thing, and I wait until the price is midrange and the technology is proven until I pounce. But… The D300 (which we currently use 4 bodies for our studio) is phenomenal and has been the best camera we’ve ever had, but […]