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Nicci + Greg | Phoenix Wedding Preview by LeahAndMark

Atlanta Photographer | LeahAndMark & Co. | Phoenix Weddings | Desert

We Make Amazing Wedding Photos for You

I met Nicci a loooooooooooooooooooong time ago. We worked at Starbucks together for a while back in… 2003? Who knows. Fortunately, the miracle of the internets let us keep in touch randomly and she remembered that I now photograph weddings. It was a big compliment and an honor that she and Greg flew me out from Atlanta back to Phoenix for their wedding.

Over the past six years I’ve been lucky to have attended so many ceremonies. It’s an amazing thing I get to do for a living.

Thank you Nicci & Greg.

 

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All photography by LeahAndMark & Co.

Venue: Pioneer Living History Village & Museum

 

The tables have turned | by +Krisandra


It’s not by chance that I am here and it’s not luck that got me here. When all you have done with your whole adult life is photography it is preparation (school, countless hours of shooting, reading, studying, late nights, coffee, my wonderful personality) that has landed me here. And now I am in a position that I have never been in before…

I have interns asking ME questions about how to take a photograph. It wasn’t until last Friday night at Season [X] intern introduction night that I came to realize just how much information I have about photography stored away. Yes, I graduated from photography school and have been working with photography companies and clients for many years. But, it’s not everyday that someone comes up to you with a camera and genuinely wants to know how to use it to make better photographs.

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It has become mechanical, at this point, that I don’t think about how to take an image, or what settings I need to make the image I am trying to create. I know my lens and I know my camera. I just feel for the button and start turning and pushing them. I shoot in manual and know when to change ISO and/or change F-stops. When you are surrounded by working professional photographers those questions rarely come up. Yes, there is the occasional question about settings in a new situation, but for the most part the questions are more technical and intense because we are trying something new or equipment fails or something crazy like that.

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The tables have turned and I like it! I didn’t realize how great it would be to help someone else create something they could be proud of. Something they may include in their portfolio. I LIKE QUESTIONS! I have a new respect for all my past instructors (trusting in my education), fellow classmates (who I still bug), the other +Photographers (thanks for everything during my internship), Joy (for answering every question under the sun) and Leah and Mark (whom I wouldn’t be here without).

So, here I am. An open book. A +Photographer. Ready for all the questions the new interns may have. It wasn’t luck that has gotten me here. It was preparation.

Good luck Season [X].