Wedding Photojournalism

Lesson 12 of 34

Bouquet/Garter Toss and Fireworks

 

Wedding Photojournalism

Lesson 12 of 34

Bouquet/Garter Toss and Fireworks

 

Lesson Info

Bouquet/Garter Toss and Fireworks

Wait you got it? You guys win it well the thing is my wife is five years younger than you get in there with him I think alright vocs let's go ahead and bring all the single gentlemen to the far side of the tent and let's bring the bride right back let's see a victory parlous yarder high and one just standard victory post you can do it put that bouquet in the way that time I was very good very good very good all right single gentleman over to this side of the ten mon so let's get you a chair I guess this is the chair I'm getting me let me turn you here let me tell you this way you guys come on I wanna see I wanna see it are you alice? Come on, fireworks that's what you get when you got ten minutes game face game face yeah what you're in competition with each other where's the game face whatever you are you are you gonna do this way? Wait tell your head back way tio tio right from your over my shoulder that's hilarious dude he's going past ruin it like that. I just want to much as I poss...

ibly can nail them right, so I may be all well let him do because I want him to see a bit of the fireworks dawson that then I'll say okay since I'm this close turn here you are let me see you pose come on that's pretty nice I know you really walk do they know that they're going now they come well good job everybody good job good job. All right, folks, we have a cz we have mentioned all night we want to thank everybody for coming it's been an amazing amazing day we have a really really great way to end the day so we're gonna ask everybody to make their way to this way out towards the field and you think that's right we want you out in the field right now get out there folks we've got something great coming timer knows actually I've already lost my robot to be to achieve a five way here we go oh, wait yeah you need to stop for a second I know he's going to get stuck in there hey should stop wait what? We're going to work okay, so check it out jump wait listen okay, so when they first go off I have sixty seconds the nail this sucker when they first go off I want you guys looking right and maybe what you do is you have arms around each other and if you can your heads together on top they're going to get a photo they're going they're going to be oh that's great I love it this's what's happening all right I'm just gonna take them climbing waiting for this yeah yeah yeah I had an idea I had an idea wow. Okay, now look dollar razors are you gonna go out there to know what kind of shop is this all right, well I guess I'm going on the other side and try and get their faces. Yeah, so here's what it isthe listen to me yeah they're going to be in the middle like that so I'm just gonna go around the other side and get their faces little bythe you seem really quick, dude. Seriously yes that's what I want just like that when I say wait mike out to catch the wow. Come on, everybody has just moved outside. This is for the grand finale for the big finished here you can look up there, joe. We just watched him set up this shot. You can see the merry couple eventually up on top of the box truck and something big is going to happen but what I do want to do before that happens is take a moment. Tio thank some of the folks that have been so incredible today and helping make this happen is pricks once and says there are a lot of moving pieces so there are more moving pieces in this wedding all right, I'm gonna do these shout out susan w han solo harp shoes beautiful heart best solo heart dot com way have act three catering dot com amazing food delicious it was audio systems carlson slash audio I'm sorry dash audio dot com we also want to thank megan clark our wedding planner of clutch the fence has been in charge of everything in incredible calling is really, really incredible highly recommend her if you are in this area in the seattle area laurel creek many manner that's where we are in this incredible that you from letting us do what we've been doing here about this is the first live broadcast wedding I can only imagine what laurel creek mannar dot com thank you and of course rich and geno using incredible phenomenal this has been an incredible day you guys have just been ableto watch them photograph an entire day we started this broadcast at twelve thirty it is now eight thirty that's eight hours of broadcasting a live one you've seen it all from beginning to end and we're not done yet. Tomorrow we're going to go over all the footage and joe is going to teach you everything and about it everything that he's been thinking all the steps. What you need to be thinking about as you shoot your own weddings in this style and on tuesday we're going to go over post processing when you know how to actually deliver the images to your client in the job you saying style this is a man okay, I think I think three minutes we've got three minutes fantastic. Ok, ok let's just chat let's chat I know what's been your favorite things so far today I mean oh my gosh, it still feels very surreal, but my favorite thing was seeing the first look yes, my goodness, we all start to cry because death is a really, really said to the guy and he is the cryer in this couple absolutely. That was beautiful. What about us? I have to say that the ceremony itself the vows the way that it was delivered it was not just sweet and funny and romantic, but it was also just them. Yes, you know, and that's what you really want, I think personally in a wedding ceremony is something that really does just embody the couple and their personality and their relationship and to me they mailed it it was funny it was silly, but it was also really hard felt and and I know that if you were watching, you could feel that so let's talk about jo and rich working together because that was incredible. There was a moment there on the dance floor when I saw joe and he had his finger on the trigger and he was just standing, it was like I was watching his eyes and it's going this is ready to go he'd see something and then he gets a shot at making it wasn't rapid firing he would just see something get the shot but the scanning and the focus and the concentration as crack swanson and I were talking about earlier it's just phenomenal to see an act it is and it's amazing to see how they worked together on and never overlapped you never saw them in the same angle you never saw them looking from the same direction it was just they had this simple like communication where you would see them just like tap each other, catch eyes and then move that's what I really want to ask them about is how they have this I mean they've been working together for six years absolutely but how are they able to communicate because they didn't have any mikes and have any just all this sort of mental communication with the other thing that I noticed that was really impressive was how rich would go out and instigate the moments that he wanted to see out on the dance floor whereas joe would then be in the background ready to catch those moments as they occurred it was this it was this amazing teamwork that I think his idea when you have that that second shooter who really understands what you want, how you work and how to give you what you need to get the shots you want absolutely. And I can't wait to have all the questions that we've been gathering today from everybody out there has been watching way have those saved. Thank you, teo. Our chat moderators has been at home moderating those chat rooms. Thank you to everybody. Who's watch today. I've actually missed out being in the chat rooms today like a little bit because I know that there's been that reaction out there. I've heard a couple people who have been in the chat room earlier today. They're like, oh my gosh, when I turned around, there was just this explosion and then during the ceremony and it was s so I really hope that you guys had a great time in there see what's going on okay, way are lighting the set here. There. This is going to be a classic joe using portrait. I cannot wait to see what happens with this photograph because, like I said, we're going to go out with some kind of bang, some kind. I don't know what kind I can only imagine, but this is going to be a quintessential shot was so he'll also no, wait, no.

Class Description

Learn everything you need to know about telling a gorgeous wedding story from start to finish using photojournalism techniques. Award-winning photographer Joe Buissink will guide you through the process as he shoots a longtime creativeLIVE employee’s real wedding, live and in real time.

This three-and-a-half day course will begin with Joe posing, lighting, and shooting every step of this creativeLIVE family wedding — right before your eyes. You’ll have a front row seat as you watch Joe’s unique style in action as he deftly captures the portraits his client expects while still documenting the overall chorus of emotion throughout the day.

After the newlyweds head off to their honeymoon, Joe will explain why he made certain lighting, posing, and angle choices during the ceremony. You’ll learn his techniques, workflow, and on-the-fly tricks for dealing with unexpected developments. This intimate, interactive experience will invite you into the creativeLIVE family and empower you to photograph weddings with the eye of a photojournalist

Reviews

Carlos Zaldivar
 

Joe Buissink, Thank you for share your out of this world wedding photography its be on great,I just love it. I look up to you every day I do a wedding. I have yet to meet you but some day I will. I took conclave in April 2013 and wished you would have been there. My favorite wedding photographer is Denis Reggie which has become a friend I just love his work also. Between you and him both of you I look up to and hope some day I can be as great of a photographer just like the both of you. I just love to be a wedding photographer. Thank you for share such great information and course. Carlos Zaldivar Carlos Zaldivar photographers www.carlos-zaldivar.com

Jessica Lindsay-Sonkin
 

This is one of the more slower-paced courses I have taken on Creative Live. I ended up watching the videos over a span of about 4 months, but enjoyed every moment of it. Watching Joe and Rich work is a beautiful dance. I love Joe's philosophy and he instills a calm spark in all that he does. The way he looks at angles, approaches situation and works with his clients is mesmerizing. I highly recommend this course if you are looking to be inspired by wonderful philosophy and to gain valuable insight through watching a master in action.

user 3c6b62
 

I gained a lot of valuable information about photography. It gave me new insight on trying different things and it is ok to made mistake. The great photographers have bad photos too. I photography a wedding for a friends family member. I was looking for the moments of the wedding. One was the bride & groom looking at each other with deep love as the wedding party is scrambling around. One great shot of the couple from the hip. The whole moment took less than 3 to 4 seconds. P-mode and meter lock technique help out with the different lighting. I still watch the videos for a refresher. Thank you for this course.