In this episode of the InFullFrame Podcast we speak with Alison and Bryan of Alison Bryan Destinations. This episode peels back the curtain on their entire process and delves into what they love most about event production. This is an incredible resource for planners and designers. We start with the couple’s background and how they initially started in planning and then get into how they have successfully targeted their ideal client and how that client places their full trust, emotionally and financially, in their hands.
InFullFrame recently sat down with leading wedding photographer Erich McVey to discuss his approach to each wedding day. McVey’s aspirational and emotive imagery sets a standard for many wedding photographers in our industry. Being a destination wedding photographer means the Oregon-based photographer travels for every one of his events. Travel comes with many uncontrollable variables, so McVey chooses to focus on those things he can control.
In this episode we hear from Eliana B and Lulu Alexander, both amazing wedding and event planners who are good friends and have worked together on many projects over the past years. After meeting as attendees of a workshop in Paris, the two have become great friends. Eliana has been a speaker at everyone of Lulu’s Inspire Design workshops. Now Lulu is working together with Eliana to expand the digital side of The B Collective.
Over the past few weeks, many of the industry’s top wedding blogs announced promises to focus on diversity and inclusion on their platforms. Sources like Brides, Martha Stewart Weddings, Style Me Pretty, and Harper’s Bazaar have committed to showing more diversity when it comes to the weddings they accept for publication and have also committed to having much more diverse “Best of” lists. Harper’s Bazaar will now release three lists each year that name the best planners, designers, and photographers and videographers in the world; and instead of releasing a new list altogether, Harper’s released an update of their recently published 2020 Best Planners in the World.
A ton of new and exciting news from Sigma this week and all geared towards the mirrorless shooter. As the world of digital photography looks more and more towards the incredible mirrorless camera world with the likes of the Fuji x-seires, Sony a7, Canon EOS R, and Nikon Z6 Sigma does the same. Sigma has become one of the most trusted third party lends manufactures with their Art series propelling them into the mainstream and so it makes sense that they are following the photography world and now offering even more option for mirrorless mounts.