A common issue with digital photographers is we now spend most of our time staring at a computer. This should not be so. We want to be shooting, not working in LightRoom and PhotoShop. The general rule of thumb for post production time (basic exposure and color corrections along with exporting, and proofing) should be no more that the time it took you to shoot. Half the time is better. For example: if you shot an 8 hour wedding it should take you about 4 hours in post with a maximum of 8. If you are going over 8 hours in post, you are losing money and probably losing your mind.
Jen is a boutique wedding photographer based out of Beverly Hills, California.
She specializes in alternative, photojournalistic wedding photography and is known for capturing the unique definitive moments during your event.