Entries by Eric Leslie

Huge Wedding and Portrait Sale

This isn't easy, but it's the right thing to do. 2017 was one of my best years in photography and it was also my worst because I screwed up a lot of things. Like, a lot. Those mistakes all led to 2018 where I barely scraped by and I'm tired of sitting here waiting for […]

My Desk is Lit 🔥🔥 // Vlog Episode 010

Vlog from Dec 18 in Red Bluff After a wet trail run and an attempt to record a podcast in the car drive into town, I set up some brand new monitor lighting to spruce up my desk. I picked up the MINGER MusicPro from Amazon. It’s super easy to install. It just has peel-away adhesive […]

I’m Starting Over // Photography Vlog

I really enjoy looking behind the curtain to learn how things really work. On the surface, things can often look easy and that’s usually untrue. So I want to bring you guys back around to see what it’s like to be a professional wedding photographer. It will be a kind of come up story. I’ve been […]

Random Photographer’s Website Critique

Can I get a show of hands, how many photographers have websites? Okay, okay. How many of you photographers with websites are web developers/designers? Probably fewer still. So let’s talk about how to make your website better by critiquing a random photographer’s website “live” on video. I literally picked Reno, Nevada out of my head […]

Mandie ❤ Tyler Wedding // Oak Run Wedding

Just when you think you’ve shot 100+ weddings and you’ve seen it all, something new pleasantly surprises you. See Tyler and Mandie are both into cars in a major way. So their wedding basically included a little car show. Mandie rocked a beautiful gold wedding gown which was just stunning in the sunlight. The gold […]

Diablo Grande Wedding // Cassandra + Dylan Krolczyk

This has been a wedding season for the books. When you plan a wedding, you don’t really think about how a wildfire 100 miles away will affect it. The ‘Camp Fire’ that destroyed Paradise, CA was blowing smoke all the way down to the Diablo Grande County Club. Thankfully, it wasn’t so thick that it […]