Over the weekend I had the opportunity to go to WPPI (Wedding Portrait Photographer's International) in Las Vegas. At the conference there was an array of classes to take. One of my favorite and memorable one was, "In Camera Artistry". Ryan Schembri is one of Australia's master wedding photographers and he gave an inspiring presentation on his work and what, "In Camera Artistry" means to him. I love the idea of this concept of being able to capture what you want in the camera without using photoshop to edit or change anything. One of the most important tips that Schembri uses in his photography is finding "pockets of light". If you can see good light you can create a great image. As a wedding photographer there is expected photographs that clients are looking for. I want to shoot with a purpose. Creating an emotion & story is so powerful and compelling in an image. For me photography does more than allow me to capture a moment at a certain point in time but it allows me to capture the heart of life, vulnerable moments and the most important, candid expressions.