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Capturing Love: The Art of Lesbian & Gay Wedding Photography
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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 ...
Straight Photographer Sees Wedding Photography In A Whole New Light | Ca...
Author and photographer Thea Dodds shares some insights that surprised her about the influence of gender in wedding photography.
Gay Weddings On The Rise, Opens Up New Exciting Market For Photographers
Half of the states across the US, not to mention 13 countries as well, have legalized gay marriage and civil unions in the LGBT community. W
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A groundbreaking guide created expressly for the photographers who wish to capture the authentic moments of same-sex engagement portraits an
WATCH: A Gay Wedding Picture Is Worth 1,138 Rights
LGBT-friendly photographers at Capturing Love want the world to know just how much marriage equality means.
5 Things Everyone Gets Wrong About Gay Wedding Photography
Thankfully, there are more photographers than ever who are ready, willing and able to serve them. But is that enough? Not always.