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Photographer Q&A With Real Maine Weddings

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I am very honored to be featured on the Real Maine Weddings blog for their weekly photographer Q&A. I was lucky enough to have a wedding featured in the first issue ever of the magazine, and I have had numerous other images published with them over the years. If you are planning your wedding anywhere…

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The Boring Things Photographers Spend Money On

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Before I made the leap to professional photographer, I naively imagined I would be spending the money I would rake in on cool new gear, traveling to great locales, wining and dining clients, and otherwise having a great time. The sad reality is, however, as a full time pro, the majority of my business expenses…

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Really Important Questions to Ask Your Photographer

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Most photographers are honest, hardworking professionals that bust their butts for their clients each and every day. However, there are unfortunately some unethical, unprofessional, or just plain unprepared photographers out there. The most flagrant violation is ‘photographers’ who steal the quality work of others and try to pass it off as their own. The site…

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Venue Highlight: Grace Restaurant, Portland, Maine

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In downtown Portland, tucked away on a quiet side street just next to city hall, is a gorgeous venue in a renovated Gothic revival church. Built in 1856-1857, the church is one of few buildings that survived the great Portland fire of 1866. The exterior has been meticulously restored to its original glory, while the…

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Venue Highlight: Kingsley Pines Camp, Raymond, Maine

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So, I have photographed a couple weddings at summer camps, and I’ve got to say, it’s a pretty brilliant idea. They are typically available May-June and September-October, which are pretty much the ideal months to get married in Maine. You get plenty of cabins for your wedding party and guests to sleep in, a lake,…

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