The New Art of Capturing Love: The Essential Guide to Lesbian and Gay Wedding Photography (Paperback)
The first guide to posing and sensitively capturing same-sex couples on their big day, "The New Art of Capturing Love" equips semi-pro and professional wedding photographers to enter the exciting new LGBT wedding photography market.
These are exciting times for marriage equality--but capturing memorable LGBTQ portraits requires a novel approach to posing, which until now has been nearly exclusively oriented toward pairing a taller man in black with a smaller woman in white. What works for Jack and Jill won't necessarily work for Jack and Michael, let alone Jill and Louise. "The New Art of Capturing Love" shatters the "old standards" of wedding and engagement photography by showing how inappropriate they can be for today's diverse couples, then shares easy-to-implement poses and techniques that can be applied to any couple (and wedding party), no matter their orientations, to create lasting memories.
Featuring a collection of more than 180 same-sex portraits from 46 photographers, this guide is proudly the first--and most comprehensive--of its kind. Whether you are a wedding photographer looking to enter this burgeoning market, or a gay or lesbian couple looking
for visual inspiration, these gorgeous images will both instruct and inspire.
About the Author
"The New Art of Capturing Love is completely fresh and moving—like no other photography handbook. It opens doors for photographers, not only to new business opportunities but also to more understanding and acceptance of people in general. The images are beautiful and this book is an education and inspiration to all photographers—no matter who they photograph. Treat yourself to the simple joy of photographing love.”
—Kevin Kubota, wedding photographer and author of Kevin Kubota’s Lighting Notebook and Digital Photography Boot Camp
“This book . . . offers an amazing collection of images of love between two people, their families, and friends. I hope you’ll be as inspired by it as I am.”
—From the foreword by Martie Maguire of the Dixie Chicks and Court Yard Hounds