Washington DC Wedding Photographer: Stephen Gosling Photography
The first thing I want to say is that I am under no illusion that people read my blog, let alone other photographers. I in no way think that the way I do things is the correct way and I am not writing these posts to tell people how to shoot or how to run their businesses. I am however going to be writing about my experiences; my failures, my successes, etc. If these posts help anyone, great! If not; no big deal.
For any of you that actually read this little section of ‘For Photographers’ posts that I’ve been writing I must apologize for the lack of posting I have been doing. I got a little busy there in May/June and am just now getting caught up. I spent some time thinking about my ‘For Photographers’ series and whilst I would love to make it a staple, and guarantee a regular weekly entry, I am afraid that I can not. Alas I am just not that reliable (when it comes to blogging). So, that being said; I am going to make it into a fortnightly post and do my best to exceed that. Any who…
This weeks post is about GPS. GPS (in case you’ve been living under a rock) stands for global positioning system and it is how most of us get around in this world. My GPS is invaluable. Not being from here I naturally don’t know where anything is until I’ve driven the route 4 or 5 times. And seen as most wedding venues are new to me, if I didn’t have a GPS I literally wouldn’t be able to get to any of the weddings I book!
I had a smaller GPS until recently and then I updated and got this beast below.
She (yes she is a woman) is amazing and she gets me to where I’m going every time. So my advice to you if you’re a wedding photographer is that you should already own one of these! And if you don’t; go and get one now!