It seems commercial/music/boudoir photographer, Ed Verosky, can't help writing about photography in any way other than with an interesting perspective and much insight.
I suppose he just naturally rolls that way.
Besides being a kick-ass shooter, ebook author, and photography blogger, Ed also puts out a newsletter. A free newsletter! A free newsletter that often contains great tips and a goodly amount of photo-wisdom. If you're serious about this thing we do, this photography thing, you might want to sign-up for Ed's newsletter. It's always a welcome arrival in my email folder! You can sign up for Ed's newsletter HERE.
Now that I have the ass-kissing out of the way, here's what I want to write about today. It's something that draws on the subject of Ed's most recent newsletter.
In his latest newsletter, Ed talks about wedding photography and the similarities between many photos many wedding shooters snap. Sure the people and names change but, often, the photos seem nearly identical in terms of pose, set-ups, content. So much so, one might think creativity leaped out the window! READ MORE?