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Intimate Texas Country Wedding at Blisswood Inn
Rebecca & Rich's Cat Spring Wedding at Blisswood is on the blog. Visit

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Now that Yolanda and Daniel are married. We finally get to show their engagement photos!

We started off our e-session at the Strands on Galveston Island. This is one corner of Galveston that I loooove. So much character packed on one street.

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sneak preview from Sunday's engagement session.
9 Photos - View album

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DreamPix is an active member of the WEDDING PHOTOJOURNALIST ASSOCIATION (WPJA).

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Accepted to the WPJA and AG|WPJA!

"Congratulations, Lin & Cindy,
We are happy to inform you that after having reviewed your web site and image portfolio, we agree you meet the WPJA and AG|WPJA membership requirements!"

Just wanted to our excitement that we have been accepted to the WPJA and AG|WPJA! The Wedding Photojournalist Association (WPJA) is a professional organization composed of photojournalists and wedding photographers from around the world. What sets our members apart in the industry is their candid, documentary approach – a distinctly artistic vision toward wedding photography.
The Artistic Guild of the Wedding Photojournalist Association (AG|WPJA) is comprised of outstanding wedding photographers, who are at the forefront of the wedding photography industry when it comes to enhancing images. The chief objective of the AG|WPJA is to provide members with a platform where the finest enhanced, manipulated and/or artistic wedding photojournalism in the world is spotlighted and promoted for the bride and groom.

Applicants of WPJA go through a portfolio review process, and acceptance rate is low. So we are thrilled to now be a part of this organization!

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Every single wedding you photograph is a new opportunity to network and build relationships with wedding professionals. But how do you network at a wedding?
Think of it this way-every wedding is an event created by a team of people, usually wedding professionals. Each one of these people is someone you have an opportunity to get to know professionally. Weddings are team events, so getting to know your teammates is good business practice. You are spending the entire day with them, so why not take advantage of that?
A wedding goes much smoother when the professionals work together as a team to provide a seamless experience for the guests. When you step in with a collaborative attitude, vendors take notice. They will recognize that you aren’t one of those types to just show up and do your job without concern for the event as a whole. If you show other vendors that you truly care about the clients having a great experience and not only great photography, you will win friends and build relationships. Those relationships can blossom into a wonderful source of referrals if you work at it.
 17 Tips to Be A Team Player:

   1. Be respectful to everyone, vendors and guests alike
   2. Be courteous to other vendors
   3. Be a calming influence on the bride and groom
   4. Be on time (be early!)
   5. Park in the vendor parking area
   6. Use the vendor entrances
   7. Dress professionally or in all black if the planner prefers
   8. Stay off your cell phone: turn the ringer off and don’t text
   9. Never use offensive language or swear
  10. Never gossip about other vendors or clients
  11. If you take the bride and groom away during cocktail hour, let the planner, caterer, and facilities coordinator know where you are going and how long you’ll be gone
  12.  Lend a hand when you can
  13.  Smile even though your feet are killing you
  14.  Smile through the frustrations of the day
  15.  Ease tension; don’t create it
  16.  Don’t act impatient when the bride is running behind

Always do the best you can and assume the same about others
Follow these tips each time you work a wedding, and you will be making friends in the wedding industry in no time at all. Follow up with an offer of complimentary prints and digital files, and you will be well on your way to earning a coveted spot on referral lists all over town. This is how you do it folks. Be fun to work with, and follow that up with great work.

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Wedding season is almost upon us and we wanted to gift a lucky couple with an engagement session!! Getting married? Know of anyone getting married? Share this with them for a chance to win!
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