Join Pro Wedding Photographer Tyler Wirkin of Wirken Photography as he reveals his tips to consistently nailing moments at a wedding or event, how to work a scene, finding the best images, and conducting yourself in that scene. Tyler will also talk about efficiency with camera gear, looking and listening at a scene to capture the best moments which lead to telling the best story and ultimately happy clients and referrals.
After graduating with a degree in photojournalism from the University of Kansas in 1997, Tyler went on to work for newspapers including The Columbus Dispatch, The Lawrence-Journal World and the Kansas City Star. His journey into wedding photography began in 2001. His job was to be an usher for his high school friend's wedding and his gift to the bride and groom were beautiful images. Being able to document their wedding using his photojournalism skills sparked a newfound excitement in Tyler. He discovered a passion for documenting one of the most important days of two people's lives. Soon after, he started Wirken Photography in Kansas City, Missouri, in 2002. In addition to running a full-time studio with his wife Pam, Tyler teaches at various photojournalism based workshops throughout the year including The Foundation Workshop, Roots Workshop, and his own The Art of the Moment Workshop.
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