Teaming up with noted NYC wedding photographer Ryan Brenizer, B&H has released the complete presentation from their seminar, Wedding Event of the Season. Recorded live at the New Yorker hotel, Ryan Brenizer shares his invaluable insight into the world of wedding photography. More specifically, he delves into the business side of this huge industry.
It comes in at 71 minutes, so it’s quite a watch, but he covers just about every aspect of the business end of wedding photography, something many amateurs often overlook to their detriment. If you have the time, we highly suggest you get out a notebook and give it a watch.
(via The Digital Picture)
Ryan Brenizer is back again, talking through some more useful wedding photography knowledge with B&H. Last time Brenizer shared some tips on how to capture great engagement photographs; this time, he’s sharing how to really define your style as a wedding photographer. Read more…
Leave it to none other than award-winning wedding photographer Ryan Brenizer to create a wonderful breakdown on how best to approach engagement photography. In this eight and a half minute video created by B&H Photo, Brenizer does an incredible job of running through all of the critical aspects of planning for and going through with an engagement shoot. Read more…
Claudia Nallely Agres works as a bridal model for a living, but she hasn’t yet had the joy of being a bride in a wedding of her own. Wedding photographer Ryan Brenizer wanted to change that, so he recently held a special photo shoot for Agres that resulted in some beautiful and unusual bridal portraits.
New York City was battered by heavy storms yesterday, and photographer Ryan Brenizer managed to snap this ridiculously epic photograph (larger version here) of the ominous clouds hanging over the city (which looks more like Gotham city… or Mordor).
The 50 megapixel panorama was created using 23 photographs shot at 24mm. Brenizer says that the image wasn’t “Photoshopped to heck” — the scene actually looked like what’s seen in the photo. Needless to say, the photo has gone viral online. You can buy a print here.
(via Boing Boing)
Image credit: Photograph by Ryan Brenizer and used with permission