The Memoirs of a Wedding Photographer: How to avoid the same fuck-ups

January 7, 2020 - Comment

Tanya Alexanda’s wedding photography advice is delivered with hilarious truth alongside solid, practical strategy, in this bite sized handbook, delivering a much-needed spark to the world of wedding photography. Tanya’s refreshing approach stems from her preference for shooting alternative weddings, and the book details it all, from accidentally blinding the flying owls to flatulence –

Tanya Alexanda’s wedding photography advice is delivered with hilarious truth alongside solid, practical strategy, in this bite sized handbook, delivering a much-needed spark to the world of wedding photography. Tanya’s refreshing approach stems from her preference for shooting alternative weddings, and the book details it all, from accidentally blinding the flying owls to flatulence – and worse. Well, what would you do?! Although fun is Tanya’s main priority, her professionalism and passion for her field is what really shines through. With just over half a decade of shooting weddings under her belt, having run her own successful studio for the last four years, as well as qualifications in therapy to which she attributes her renowned relationships with her clients – Tanya brings her extensive experience to Memoirs Of A Wedding Photographer. This book will inform – and undoubtedly entertain – photographers and aspiring photographers wanting to know the answers to the questions nobody else would dare ask, as well as powerful strategy and lessons which will save you time, and money. And it might even save you from blinding owls.

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