Monday, February 11, 2008

Beautiful and super fun wedding!

Here is the Showit slideshow from this past weekend! It's a collection of work from me, Jessica Claire , Kristen Leigh and Josh Newton! It was so fun and the wedding was just gorgeous so be sure to check it out!

You can also check it out on my facebook page and you can see how easy it is for my clients to go ahead and add it in their facebook pages as well!

...and you can see it in all its glory by clicking here! and the best thing about all of this is that Showit Web did all the work. I only had to create one show in minutes and now it can be shown in tons of places!

17 comments:

kennykimdotcom said...

Holy smokes DJ! You had quite an entourage! Great images :)

Armin de Fiesta said...

Like Kenny said, that's a good number of photographers to work with! Nice work by all!

mwphoto said...

What a beautiful and gentle feel. I've photographed at Firestone before and the location is beautiful. DJ, you and your team captured the soul of Brittany and Rodney. Now they will be able to cherish this day for the rest of their lives and share it with their families and their children's children.
continued bliss, marc

www.mwphoto.net + www.studiobuzz.net

P.S. Great article in the February Rangefinder!

P.S.S. DJ, can't thank you enough for the talk you gave at Pictage's Partner Con the end of last year in Los Angeles. Truly, you've revolutionized my entire business workflow and thought process. For so long my "I can do it better" attitude worked. And while that may be true, it's an old business model that simply doesn't work for me anymore. Because, I've reached maximum overload and just don't have the bandwidth to do everything any more.

At your suggestion I thought long and hard about outsourcing. Your concept of "Hands Free" marketing and workflow was new to me. But i've taken to it like a duck takes to water. Yes there have been some speed bumps along the way, but the notion and concept of being Hands Free has also given my studio a new found sense of freedom! Now, one of my mantras is...What can i outsource? And, who can i out source to? There are some truly talented people out there that can save my studio time and money and make me look like a rock star! So, starting this year in 2008, my studio is no longer doing any album design. We are out sourcing it "to our talented team of designers." The groovy thing is just by accident i found the perfect album designer, who's work looks just like i would have done it. Such a simple and powerful concept will translate into 100's of saved hours and tens of thousands of dollars of increased revenue and relation-networking possibilities, instead of face time with a computer (my other mistress LOL!!). This is only one of several ideas i gleaned from your sharing about Hand Free marketing and work flow at L.A.'s Partner Con. Now each time i think about a new business project, i think, that's great but....how can we outsource that idea? So i can offer a big warm THANK YOU DJ. Thank you for playing big, and sharing,
marc-

Whitney said...

Wow, how beautiful! Im so sad I missed it, but very thankful I have such awesome photos to look at, that really capture every detail. (Ive already watched the slideshow 5 times hehe). You and your crew did an amazing job. Thank you so much!

Brad Person said...

NICE. Awesome stuff, DJ. Hope all is well! -BP :)

aboutimage said...

Beautiful slide show!

I so need to take the time to learn it -- it's on my goal list this year.

Ginger Murray said...

I created my first slideshow a couple weeks ago. (And then my 2nd and 3rd last week). The clients love 'em.

kristen leigh photography said...

Too, too, toooo much fun.

Almost funner than watching Jess beat you at laser tag ;)

Kara Pennington Photography said...

gorgeous!!

Kate said...

wow! that bride was so blessed to have such a stellar group of photographers! the slideshow is so soft and emotional, you inspire us all!

Mark said...

Great Photos. Enjoyed Looking at Your Photos. I have a question. Since you had three additional photographers and I assumed that there were videographers as well. How did the bride and groom felt with all of these photographers and videographers at their wedding. I was curious. :-)

Vincent Shay said...

My friend, who attended this last weekend's wedding at Firestone, steered me your way since I have been doing more weddings lately. I must say that I am more than IMPRESSED. You and your Team INSPIRE me and are now my new source of information and ideas on how to be more successful.

Very nice photography, as per usual. Your Team is AWESOME.

Best,

Vincent Shay
www.vincentshayphotography.com

RC said...

Great work guys!

Regas

William Brenot said...
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[ davidbrenot ] said...

I am so exiting to see next the post ;-)

You Rock my friend

Et comme on dis ici ...
C'est bon ├ža !

See you

Courteney Miller said...

I am a first time poster on your blog...just wanted to say that the images are AMAZING! God Bless!

Christine said...

Beautiful pictures DJ! You and your team really captured some great emotion and wonderful moments! California looks like a wonderful place to shoot weddings, especially in February!
Best,
Chris McGarry
www.reflectionsbymcgarry.com