I ran across a question on the Wedding Questions blog that got me a little worked up. Someone (with very poor grammar, I might add) asked, “What is the reason it is impossible to make a living doing wedding photography like 10 years ago?”
I personally know hundreds of wedding photographers who prove this person wrong every day. They’re delivering great work and getting paid for it.
Of course, things have changed for wedding photographers, just like they have for the rest of the wedding industry. We can ignore those changes and risk extinction or adapt and thrive.
I’m placing myself firmly in the latter category.
What do you think?