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So You Want To Be A Wedding Photographer

  • Adorama

    42 W18th st, New York, NY (map)

    40.782001 -73.833504


    You can’t throw a camera without hitting another wedding photographer in NYC.  So how will you stand out in the crowd? How do you know if you’ve got what it takes? How will you handle a difficult client?

    After photographing weddings ranging from four day events in Martha’s Vineyard to weddings at City Hall, veteran event photographer, Dorie Hagler, has lots of tips, wisdom and gear suggestions for you.

    Come with questions.

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  • Danisa C.

    hola, alguno habla español?

    November 9

  • Ron

    No, pero me gustaría aprender ...

    November 9

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