It seems like it was only yesterday that my workshop participants and I were at the Guestlands capturing what very much felt and looked like autumn in Italy.
We photographed the bride and groom as they strolled through the cobblestone village; captured the magic of dining al fresco at an intricately-set white and gold table; and photographed all of the fine-art details, from the fresh flowers to the lemon slices.
Anyone looking at the photos might think the couple had eloped in Italy (which Style Me Pretty featured!). But that’s the point and the beauty of these workshops. They allow me to create beautiful scenarios for fine art wedding photographers to use to their advantage.
We set up these scenes to show photographers what it could be like and give them ample time to practice capturing luxury fine-art images, lavish table designs, and unique locations they may not have otherwise had an opportunity to photograph.
They’re perfect for photographers who want to:
On top of all of that, participants foster community connection, which is invaluable in this industry.
Flowers: Two Wild Hands | Makeup: Makeup By Megan | Hair: Grace Roby hair | Venue: Guestlands | Models: Jess + Matt | Film Lab: Photo Vision Prints | Groom Suit: Rundle Tailoring | Silk Ribbon: Songbird silk | Tableware: Take Me Hire | Gowns: Tanzilia | Accessories: The White Collection | Chef: The wilderness chef | Earring: Tiffany Duliege Studio