015 – Glamping Tips & Wedding Photographer Peeves

Howdy Listeners! How the heck are ya? Let’s take it way down today and be all cozy, k?

Here’s a new episode for y’a’ll. Somehow we wound up talking about camping. Don’t ask me, I just roll with whatever Ted wants to talk about, and that’s where we landed. As an avid camper, I supplied Ted with a few glamping tips for his upcoming trip out west. Let’s take bets on how many tips he actually uses…

Eventually we get to the meat of the program with a rant/vent about all things that induce wedding photographer angst. You can bet your sweet bippy that we will be hitting this topic again, it might even have to be a mini-series. Since we will definitely be discussing this again, this is the perfect opportunity to give us *your* pet peeves as a wedding photographer. Hit us up through the contact form in the sidebar or comment on this post or on our Facebook page.

We hit a couple of biggies today; guests with cameras that pretty much screw things up, couples that ask you to copy another photographer’s work – angst-inducing topics – fair warning to all those with high blood pressure, k?

Just for the fun of it – here’s a picture of a pie iron. Ted.

Pie Iron. Fill with yummy things, hold over fire until hot. Eat. Burn fingers and mouth. Repeat.

My unofficial favorite recipe: Pie Iron Glamping Reubens: Rye bread, filled with corned beef, sauerkraut, swiss cheese & thousand island dressing, (or you could leave the dressing out of the pie and use it for a dip). Don’t forget to butter the sides of each piece of bread that face the iron. Just hold it over the edge of the fire and look at it every once in awhile to see if it’s toasty-looking or until you’re too hungry to wait any longer. You’re welcome.

AND, for your enjoyment, the video of the ruined wedding processional that started today’s conversation:

Enjoy this week’s podcast episode – hope to see you again next Tuesday !





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