The first time I saw the photography of Two Mann Studios was at the 2015 Mystic Seminars in Portland. To promote the fact that Lanny and Erika Mann would be at the following year’s seminars, we were shown a teaser slideshow of their work.
It was without doubt, the most mind-blowing wedding photography I have ever seen.
The photos transcended wedding photography into something truly out of this world. Every single image left you scratching your head as to how they produced it, (after you’d picked your jaw up off the floor).
Needless to say, I knew I had to interview them for the Shotkit Community!
Introducing: Six Tips for Shotkit
In most interviews, you learn about the subject, their life, background etc, which is great and all, but I often feel like I come away empty handed. There’s too much fluff which can’t be acted upon.
That’s why I’ve come up with the Six Tips for Shotkit video series. Six actionable tips from experts in various fields, all of which you can apply immediately to improve your own photography and photography business.
Luckily for us, Lanny and Erika Mann like to talk, which means that this first Six Tips for Shotkit on Wedding Photography lasts for over 45 minutes!
What’s Inside Two Mann Studio’s Camera Bag?
That’s what we all want to know, right? What magic tricks are these guys using to take these incredible photos?!
To see what camera gear Lanny and Erika Mann carry in their camera bag, and their reasoning behind their choice of tools, head over to the Shotkit Book mini site and grab your copy today.
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