Top 10 Destination Wedding Photography Tips | Charleton Churchill
If you’re looking to get into the market of destination weddings or you’re already invested, you may want to take notes. There is plenty of opportunity out there for all photographers and good money to be made. And it doesn’t matter where you live or if you have a family. Anyone can be a destination wedding photographer. I’m an example.
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I live in a small town, population of 3,900 people, with the nearest airport about an hour away. I have three daughters, a wonderful and supportive wife, a home to maintain, and I’m involved in my community and church. I photograph weddings all over the world and even captured a wedding at Mt. Everest base camp, which went viral around the world. I was bombarded with many requests after that event, and today I continue to photograph destination weddings or what I also call adventure weddings and elopements. I’m here to share some of the tips I’ve learned along the way that will hopefully help you on your journey to shooting destination weddings.
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