• Group Film Wedding Photography Workshop

    In this multiple day workshop, you will learn from some of the most sought after vendors in the industry. Not to mention shooting at some of the most beautiful venues in the world. Jeremy has helped hundred of photographers from all over the world to pursue their full potential in both business & art. Jeremy will share the lessons he has learned from the last decade in the business. Don't miss this once in a life time experience!

  • Email Templates For Wedding Photographers To Maximize Profit

    Ever wonder how to respond to a client who wants a discount? Or a client that wants raw files? These email templates will help you respond to some of the common questions wedding photographers see on a daily basis

  • Private Workshops

    We offer private workshops for those photographers that are looking to invest to grow their business & craft, but in a private setting. The content is 100% tailored to each individual photographer's specific needs. If schedule allows, the Private Workshop attendees can also shoot a wedding alongside Jeremy at a real wedding!

I get asked this question quite a bit from other photographers that follow my work. They seem to want to know why I don’t watermark any of my images when they are posted online.  Watermarking has been around as long as humans have been creating art. One of the earliest known signature on a vase is by Sophilos, ca 580B.C.  not to mention later on the likes of Van Gogh, Picasso, and other well known painters and artists also watermarked (signed) their artistic creations.  Watermarking an image with a recognizable logo or signature helps to authenticate the creator of the art. And in many cases, it adds more value to it. However, there are many differences on how it applies to today’s digital world

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I’ve been fortunate enough to have worked with about 80 awesome couples on their big day. I think it’s important to share what I’ve learned with other photographers, and also other couples who I will be working with in the near future. A lot of people think wedding photographers just take nice photos, and somehow great moments just happen out of serendipity (I just wanted to use the word ‘serendipity’ in a blog post). A lot of these spontaneous moments are ‘created’ by having enough time to allow those moments to happen. A well planned timeline makes everybody relaxed and at ease. And it is my job as a wedding photographer to make sure my clients have the best experience possible on their wedding day.

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