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Wedding Photojournalism

Lesson 31 of 34

Thanks + Credits

 

Wedding Photojournalism

Lesson 31 of 34

Thanks + Credits

 

Lesson Info

Thanks + Credits

welcome back to the final segment of wedding photography. Photojournalism from start to finish with job use, ink and, of course, Rich Prue Before we get started with the last segment, everybody, it is my pleasure to think a lot of people who made this workshop happen. You know, there's a lot of behind the scenes action here of creative alive, and we just want to take a moment to think all the people that made this happen. So we just want to say a big thank you to all of those wedding vendors who made the wedding possible on Sunday. Clutch events. Megan Clark was the amazing wedding planner who just had everything in order, and I had all the details very, very beautiful For the couple of the day of their wedding. The solo heart player was Susan Hot W. Haas. She had just absolutely beautiful music. I thought it was a recording the whole time until I actually saw her. She was absolutely phenomenal. Of course, Laurel Creek Manor was the beautiful venue in the beautiful backdrop that we all...

got to enjoy for the day. Thank you all so much for being our host for the entire day of the event. Act three Catering catered the food for the wedding event, and it was absolutely delicious. I ate every bite, so thank you very much to Act three Catering and Carlson Audio Systems. You guys rocked us all night long. Thank you so much for providing the sound and audio so that we had wonderful tunes throughout the night. And, Joe, I will let you take over thinking thes sponsors. Thank you. Yes, absolutely. And as said earlier, I couldn't do it without can and graph e studio for the wonderful books that they provide and for everyone. Pick Taj for my back end of everything. That's my solution for them as well. Arlo Pro Bags Air Wonderful that we use and pretty much that sexting. And more importantly for me personally, I want to thank my wife who's allowed me to be able to do these kind of things to give back to all of you. Ah, your money. Who's in the studio? Relentless and been with me for 15 years and my Children who miss me right now so I can't wait to go back home tomorrow. But I thank them. Thank you, Joe. All right, Next up, I would like to thank the creative live audience. So that means all of you out there around the world of course, we would not be here for out you. You are the reason we are here and continue on every single workshop. So thank you so much for being a part of this studio and on our continuation, continuation and bringing education throughout the world. Of course. Thank you. All of you. In the in studio audience, you represent the entire world. So Jerry, Laura, Stephanie, Adrian, Monica and Sunny, thank you all so much were sitting over the last couple of days being here, engaging in conversation with us and asking wonderful questions through out the journey. Thank you so much. Of course. Want to thank the creative live crew. These guys have worked so hard. Camera ups have been behind the scenes the whole time from the wedding into the last two days. Here in the studio audience Katie behind the scenes of their off screen moderator, and she has been collecting all the questions throughout the day. Just want to give you a special shadow being your last day. Thank you. So much for taking care of us here on the front line. I also want to give a huge, huge shout out to our producers, Erin Anderson and Lacey. You guys were a nominal. You went from photo week to the wedding to in studio here. Hats off to both of you. What? You guys have been working so hard and you make it look effortless. And you've done so every single day with good cheer and kept all of our spirits up here. All right, Next up, I would like to thank Shelia and te eth. Piche, You guys give us your wedding. Thank you so much. The're private moments Not everyone gets to be a participant of and they opened their lives, their family, their friends to all of you. So thank you both so much. All right, Rich Prue, You've been phenomenal. I love watching you shoot with Joe. I love watching you to dance. I love watching you take self portrait of yourself on the dance floor with all of us. So we would get out and be photographed with you. Thank you so much in your good spirit and sharing all of your secrets to light room and photo shop and all the behind the scenes action. And you've just been so much fun to work with. It's been a treat, Thank you very much. And of course, Joe, abusing. Just been such an honor and a pleasure to again host you here at Creativelive. Thank you for just your beautiful spirit and opening your entire life and your family. All the sacrifice that they made for you to be here as well. So thank you both so much. Thank you, Theo.

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.