Nowadays, the access to photography is so easy for everyone; cameras haven’t gotten a lot more affordable, and a smartphone already packs more megapixels than any average person ever needs. To become a successful photography, it’s extremely important that you to stay relevant and ahead of the game, especially if you shoot wedding. One of the most effective ways to get the “Wow!” reaction from your clients is to incorporate videos into your photos. I’m not saying still photography is the thing of the past, but motion pictures will always do a better job at capturing the emotions of whatever it is you’re shooting. Luckily, there’s a very good chance that your camera already has the capability to record videos at high resolution. All you need to do is press the ‘Record’ button.
Introducing wedding photography 2.0: Fusion, which is a fancy to describe the hybrid of photos and videos. This past week on creativeLIVE, Rob Adams and Venessa Joy talked about tips on how to create fusion to take your business to the next level. Rob is a cinematographer, who married to his wedding photographer wife, Vanessa Joy. They’ve shooting together for 5, and teaching fusion to photographers since 2010, and even developed a software for photographers to edit video in Photoshop that can be found on www.phvusion.com. These videos below are only a recap of what the course was about, but they pack enough tips for you to get a jump-start on making Fusion. If you’re interested in purchasing the entire course, head over to creativeLIVE course page on Photo + Video Fusion.