Wedding Photographer’s Guide to Getting Published

August 5, 2014

  1. Neža says:

    Great tips. Thank you Natalie! <3

  2. Kat says:

    This is fabulous. LOVE LOVE LOVE!

  3. Kimmie says:

    Love how bold you are in this blog post! There are a lot of things that people may be afraid to say, or HEAR, but you call it like it is! What a helpful post!!

  4. Renee says:

    This was so right on time 🙂 Thank you for sharing so much wonderful information!

  5. Erin Wheeler says:

    These are wonderful tips! Thank so much for sharing!!

  6. Brea says:

    There are so many great tips here! Such a helpful post!! Love it!!!

  7. THANK YOU NATALIE! Such good info… you have no clue how much this helped! I appreciate you!


  8. Janine Enold says:

    I have just started to submit my work to various blogs! These were good tips to remind me for my future submission!

  9. Ashley says:

    Thanks so much for the info! It is very scary hitting that submit button and all these tips definitely help prepare us!

  10. Caitlin says:

    ahh i love this!! such great tips!! 🙂

  11. Katy says:

    Great blog post Natalie! I love your blog and all your tips! 🙂
    Quick random question… all the photos you have included in this post have an amazing consistent lighting to them… are they all natural light or do you use any artificial light to achieve that look for your beautiful consistent images?
    Thanks 🙂 look forward to your next post!

  12. Carli W. says:

    Thanks Natalie! This was great timing. Loving your Tech-Talk Tuesdays!

  13. Tsone Boyo says:

    Thank you so much for this!

  14. Such great tips 🙂 Love it! Thanks 🙂

  15. Best. Post. EVER!!!! I mean, next to the gorgeous weddings and engagement shoots you capture, of course 😉

  16. Mary Brunst says:

    Thanks so much for posting, so very helpful!

  17. Tre Cavil says:

    Great tips! Thanks for taking the time to share.

  18. Leah says:

    These are great tips! I was wondering if you would consider writing a blog post on how to put together a styled shoot when you are just starting out. Meeting vendors, locations, etc. It’s something I would love to do this year, but am terrified and not sure where/how to begin

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  20. Mariann K. says:

    Great tips! I will have to try them in the future! Thanks

  21. Linda says:

    Thanks so much for writing these tips. Finally, after 10+ years in the business I just started submitting my work for online publication less than a year ago. I just never had the confidence in myself and thought that I wasn’t good enough to compete with so many talented photographers out there. But then I finally took the plunge and submitted my first portrait session and was floored that it was accepted right away as was the second submission to a different blog. It’s not always that way, but I’m still submitting to various blog and trying to find more that are the same style as my photography. Thanks again for the tips.

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  24. Thanks for sharing this photography guide.

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