Tag Archives: Rob Jinks Photography

Celebrating Excellence: The 2024 Brides & Weddings Weddy Award Winners

The wedding industry is a world of dreams, where every detail comes together to create unforgettable moments. In the heart of this enchanting world lies the Brides & Weddings Weddy Awards, a prestigious recognition of excellence in the wedding and event industry. As we embrace the year 2024, it’s time to celebrate the remarkable winners of the 2024 Weddy Awards, who have gone above and beyond to make couples’ dreams come true.

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More Than Pretty Pictures

Rob Jinks Photography

By Dawn Klavon Adventure-based wedding and elopement photographer Rob Jinks doesn’t just want to take pretty pictures. “We will go so much deeper than that — giving you images that actually feel and look like real life,” Rob said. “We help you look your best without any harsh posing and without turning your wedding day into a production.” Rob’s photography business specializes in serving couples who love the outdoors and having an adventure. Photos might be on top of a mountain, or in the heart of a city. No matter where couples choose to get married, Rob wants them to experience their day to the fullest, with no awkward posing, just authentic moments. To get on Rob’s schedule, he advises booking an average of six to twelve months out, but encourages couples to reach out, no matter where they are …

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What You Should Really Ask Your Photographer

Rob Jinks Photography

By Rob Jinks Finding the right photographer isn’t always the easiest part of your wedding planning. Having photographed over 100+ weddings over the past six years, I can confidently say that I have been asked every question in the book. Today I want to share with you questions to ask your photographer to help you find out if they are the perfect choice to capture your day. Questions Before You Start #1: Find out what photo style you like best before you contact a photographer Take a few minutes to Google photographers in your area, or use wedding repositories like Wedding Wire or The Knot to get a quick view of the different types of photo styles that exist. Some photographers edit their photos to be very warm, others very bright, and others colorful and contrasty. Some photographers shoot in a very posed manner, others in a …

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Your Wedding Photography Timeline

By Rob Jinks There is nothing better than looking back on photos full of stories, emotion, and memories from your wedding day. However, without a proper understanding of how photography interacts with your wedding timeline, you risk running behind in your schedule, leaving your guests unattended, and missing out on the photos you want most. Today I want to give you tips for planning your wedding timeline in a way that will maximize your photography and help get you the images you want most. Plan more time than you think you need. Many weddings have some aspect of their day take longer than expected. Plan extra time in your schedule and know that things might take a little longer than you thought. Plan extra time for travel, for hair and makeup, for extra portraits with the best light of the day. Give yourself buffers throughout the day to …

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