Tips for Photographing a Wedding Invitation

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Prior to arriving on the wedding day, I’ve emailed and asked the bride to bring a copy of the wedding invitation and corresponding paper goods, usually referred …

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  1. Jasmine, I have to ask something, if all items are on the same focal plane (nothing is closer to the camera than something else) then you can shoot at 1.2 and have them all crisply in focus, so why the f4 recommendation?

  2. Thanks so much for the videos! This is my first ever comment on youtube-I feel like it should be more epic but oh well. My question is, how did you narrow down your style as a photographer in branding, photos, and post processing. I tend to have a hard time editing photos to be consistent because I am so influenced by all the photographers I aspire to be as good as eventually and also the different sides of my personality. Anyways I'd love to hear your thoughts on how you formed a consistent style.

  3. I love your videos, but the way you handle your lenses… I just can't even.
    I've watched your video about it, and I get it, but I still cry inside when I see your lenses without caps on them!