We just made a few changes to out main website – vibrantphotography.com.au, updating a few details.
We are now taking some more bookings for 2013 with increased prices and a limited number of weddings we will take on next year.
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Back to the blog, we visit Rob + Lou’s wedding day at Summerlees in April. They had a small intimate wedding ceremony on the property. No getting ready photos, or reception photos. Just their ceremony and some photos around the grounds afterwards.
Loved the colours, the happiness and the love evident between the 2 of them. Thanks for choosing me to join your precious day 🙂
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We’ve just added a ‘Pin It’ button to our blog so you can add images you like to your Pinterest account. Click the Pin It button and it will load up the images from that post / page of posts and you can Pin the images you love.
If your not sure what Pinterest is, check it out at www.pinterest.com. It’s essentially like a virtual scrapbook where you can add images you like, or repin ones from other people. Its a great way to collect inspiration for your own wedding day. Example: search ‘wedding details’ on pinterest looks like this: http://pinterest.com/search/?q=wedding+details.
Pinterest has really taken off over in america, expect it to do the same here.
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We hope everyone had a great Valentines Day and congratulations to the people who were blessed enough to become engaged today!
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I finally got around to setting up a Facebook group for Vibrant Photography, moving away from posting everything on my personal account. Check it out here: www.facebook.com/vibrantphotography.com.au
I’ll put up some photos that don’t make it up on here; bts shots, fashion photos, future videos etc. Thx 🙂No comments | Leave a Comment
Today I came across a photographer over in the USA, who was passing off my work as his own. Not just with a few photos, but renaming my couples, using their photos in detailed blog posts and writing his own thoughts on the day, as if they were his weddings.
The internet is big, but the photographer community is close-knit and very defensive of their own. I was alerted to this by a fellow wedding photographer.
If you intend to steal other photographers work, removing watermarks, re-editing photos that you have not taken etc, beware you will be found out. Maybe not immediately, but you will be eventually. Copyright infringement is a very real, serious offence and the law backs the creator of the original work.
Please please, make sure you meet your photographer and see a variety of real, printed work. Its very hard to replicate web-quality images in print and show a whole wedding from it. Even review sites can have false reviews on it from the photographer posing as ex-brides. Do your research, ask for vendor / friend referrals.