Somebody's gettin' hitched!
If you find yourself in a similar condition, you'll want pictures of all kinds of stuff.
Engagement photos to announce it to the world of facebookistan,
All that kissing stuff that happens on the big day,
That shot of grandpa dancing with your four-year-old niece, that she's going to treasure when she's your age,
And the look on your favorite person's face when they spot you at the other end of the aisle.
After the wedding, maybe you want to
Ok, real talk. Today I was reminded just how solemn a duty we have as guardians of memory. To be honest, I don't really want to talk about what prompted this introspection. But I need to just say this. Be Photographed. please. Even if it's only once a year, or once in five. Let someone take your picture. Professionally, or in good light by a friend who knows their business, it doesn't matter. This is not a sales call, it's a wake-up. At least that's what today's news was for
Advice on getting a great shot - *That old tagline, "classic styles in solid colors work best." really is true. *In a headshot-crop, everybody looks better with sleeves. *Don't worry about your clothes matching a background. You won't disappear. No, really. People are smart. They'll see you. Matching the general color scheme of your background will bring the attention away from your body and up onto your face. That's almost always a good thing in a headshot. *Forget everythin