A warm, SnapKnot welcome to LeMaris Alston (otherwise known as “L.A.”) of L.A. Fotographee. This Mobile, Alabama wedding photographer specializes in traditional yet unique wedding images. To L.A., photography is more than just taking a precisely correct picture, but creating a masterpiece. He wants every photo he takes to be more than just an “ooh, ahh” moment and to really capture every special memory.
We are excited to announce that the SnapKnot iPhone App is here! This is a free wedding planning iPhone app that helps you with the most important part of your wedding day – finding a photographer to capture that special moment forever. Now engaged couples can browse wedding photographers listed on snapknot.com anytime, anywhere. Your search for your perfect wedding photographer is no longer confined to your computer – enjoy mobile search via the SnapKnot iPhone App while on the go, waiting for the bus, on your lunch break – wherever and whenever you have a few extra minutes and you want to look through the hundreds of incredible wedding and engagement images we showcase on SnapKnot (over 3000 photographers worldwide!). The app is also compatible with the iPod touch and iPad.1 comment
Check it out – what’s being billed as the world’s first wedding shot with an iPhone 4 – both photo and video! Professional wedding photographer Brian Adams and videographer Rainer Flor used the Apple smartphone to shoot photos and videos for one couple’s special day. The video below has stills and video from the event:3 comments
Mashable recently compiled a post about 10 Unique iPhone Photography Accessories. It seems that iPhone photography has always been a bit of a niche, but with the advent of a more powerful camera on the iPhone 4 as well as a bevy of photography apps for everything from mobile portfolios to lighting diagrams, iPhone photography is becoming ever more popular.3 comments