Over at Tiffinbox, Seshu is hosting our contest to crowd-source the next Big Ideas for improving SnapKnot. Contribute an idea on how to make the site better and we will select the top three ideas to win membership prizes: from 3 months to a full year of SnapKnot Premium!no comments
Seshu is a Hartford wedding photographer who recently made the Pictage blog by way of his interview on Adorama TV in their “How’d They Do That?” segment. In this video, Seshu talks for a few minutes about what it means to photograph multicultural and interfaith weddings, his personal photojournalistic style, and some lighting tips and techniques he uses to provide his clients with superb wedding photos in less-than-optimal lighting conditions. It’s a short piece to help you get to know Seshu and his style if you’re in the market for a photographer yourself, and he also provides some great tips for other professional wedding photojournalists.
Connecticut-based wedding photographer Seshu had an excellent article earlier this week over at ProPhotoResource.com. In his article, Seshu talks about the need for professional wedding photographers to spend the time necessary to create great images for their clients. Seshu identifies four common “time bottlenecks” and provides advice on how photographers can overcome them. The four bottlenecks are:
Over at Tiffinbox, Seshu (check out his SnapKnot) recently announced a workshop on speedliting by JVS to take place at LensProToGo, located outside of Boston in historic Concord, Massachusetts. The workshop will be on August 26th.no comments
Seshu, one of our favorite wedding photographers, had a media
Read his 2-part interview with Cindy King, in which Seshu talks about how his cross-cultural experience relates to his profession.