Getting that perfectly styled image isn’t all about luck… there’s also science involved. From Instagram to print magazines, styling images is all the new rage, and in this week’s episode of the This Week in Weddings podcast, we’re chatting with photographer Rebecca Yale, who shares some tips for styling images that will get the attention of magazines and potential clients. Whether you’re a photographer or planner looking to expand your range of services or you’re just wanting better images of your own products, this week’s episode about styling will be one to hear.
About our guest:
Rebecca Yale is an internationally acclaimed wedding and fashion photographer. She holds a degree in art history, aesthetic philosophy and photography from the Gallatin school at NYU. Winner of Rangefinder Magazine’s Grand Prize in Wedding Photography and 1st Place in the Details Category Two Years in a row, she was the photographer of the 2017 Knot Dream Wedding and has been featured in 50+ publications including Martha Stewart Weddings, Brides Magazine, The Knot, People Magazine, Grace Ormonde, Style Me Pretty, Flutter Magazine, Magnolia Rouge, Destination I Do and many more.
Rebecca was named one of the Top 10 Globetrotter Photographers in the World by Destination Weddings Magazine UK in 2016 and one of the Top 10 Photographers to Know in New York City by Brides Magazine in 2015. Her passion for education lies in helping people create stronger imagery, by changing the way people see imagery at its core.
In this episode, listeners will hear about:
- What styling is and why it has gained momentum in the past few years
- How to manage your time on an event day to incorporate styling
- The biggest mistakes people make when it comes to styling
- How to make styling personal to the event so that the images make sense
- Rebecca’s online course for styling
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