Fer Juaristi is a mexican wedding photographer trying to erase the line between art and wedding photography. He is unique in his creative approach and that's just the way he likes it. Behind the camera, Fer is always experimenting and searching for opportunities to create art.
Samm Blake is an Australian photographer currently living and working out of Brooklyn, New York. Combining a fine art photography & journalism background with a skilled and sensitive eye for portraiture, her images garnered acclaim for their honesty, vulnerability, and unfeigned connection to its subjects.
Susan has been photographing weddings for almost seventeen years. She is a sought after educator and has garnered top accolades across the industry including the Grand Award in Wedding Photojournalism, the Grand Award in Weddings and Triple Master status at WPPI. Susan is also a co-founder of The Wedding School, which strives to bring real, honest education to wedding photographers worldwide.
Sam was drawn to wedding photography as a space to promote more inventive ideas. His focus is on photographic techniques which, though deceptively simple, have potential to transform difficult or uninspiring shooting environments into one of a kind opportunities for every photo created.
DVLOP Introduces Dual Illuminant Profiles and Intelligent Presets. We have built a new platform from the ground up, the hard way, one camera at a time. We have reimagined presets as they should be - a tool that not only speeds up workflows, but one that also spurs creativity.
Jonas is a traveller with a deep love for telling stories that matter. His work focuses heavily on human connection and sometimes his images ask more questions than they answer. His pursuit in making people feel has made him one of the most sought-after wedding photographers around today.
Chrisman Studios began with Ben. Then along came Erin. Then Mauricio. Then Ryan. Together, these four photographers are known for photographs that are emotionally raw, beautifully mysterious, fearlessly sexy, and often downright surreal.
Nessa’s background is in illustration. She loves deep, saturated colors that could be straight out of a paint tube. Her first favorite photographer was William Eggleston, who used heavily saturated primary colors beautifully, intentionally and honestly. If she could get her hands on any film in the history of photography, it would be Kodachrome, and the way she processes her images are heavily inspired by that.