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Photographer Tee Tran

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Houston, United States PRO

6 years on MyWed
I can speak english, french, vietnamese.
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/sqdnmSYk7lD0-7X9iCPtQBDpgNpxItCE0fm5T4BrzWXRiXhadmH-KqBiPTtMagu_7T9SvRscROuSk9c1nMKf4to1bKuVhNjKoahXJg Houston, United States 375 USD Tee Tran +1 832-566-8795

Interview

  • Are you photogenic?

    My beautiful wife Bao Han is much more photogenic than I will ever be.

  • How did you get in the photography industry?

    My background in Marketing and Advertising help me understand the power of story-telling. I was an amateur photographer and it was a simple hobby until I decided to take several photos during one of my friends' wedding. He ended up loving my photos more than the wedding photographer's and encouraged me to create a website. The rest is history.

  • What are the most important components of a good photo in your opinion?

    1. Authenticity
    2. Timing
    3. Story-telling
    4. Symmetry and framing
    5. Light source

  • Do you love traveling?

    I have been fortunate to have travelled all over the world, learning about new cultures and its people.

  • What do you like most about your profession?

    Making people feel special about themselves is the biggest reward. We want our clients to feel like stars because they are stars. We just help them get it out of them.

  • What do you like least about your profession?

    When you love what you do, it's not a job anymore. We love every minute of what we do.

  • What will be the future of photography?

    I want to believe that wedding photographers are in a great position to lead and manage the whole wedding day in the near future. They need to have a solid grasp of every event that will occur on that day and plan accordingly.

  • What is special in the photography genre you specialise at?

    We are so fortunate to play a role in the union of two people that love each other and want to broadcast this to the world. We have the responsibility to capture these unique moments and offer them something they will cherish for the rest of their lives.

  • How do you handle criticism?

    Life is constantly about learning. We learn every day, whether it's from a personal or professional point of view. We welcome constructive criticism that will help us grow as a company and as human beings.

  • Are there any trends in photography?

    Trends come and go, like photo booths and slow-mo videos. We like to focus on what is the most important thing to our client: photos that will make them shine and look like star.

  • What should be the criteria for a customer to choose a photographer?

    1. Style (what makes them special)
    2. Personality (are they fun and friendly)
    3. Value (are they fair and offer great products and services)

  • What things are to be avoided when shooting?

    Anything goes, even though the crazy uncle with his iPad drives us crazy at times!

  • What details that usually pass unnoticed can a photographer notice?

    Anticipation of what's gonna happen next and capture that moment.

  • What influences the value of a photo? What are its elements?

    1. Authenticity
    2. Timing
    3. Story-telling
    4. Symmetry and framing
    5. Light source

  • Who do you want to take photos of?

    People that are not comfortable in their skin. We will make them feel good about themselves.

  • Who would you like to shoot with?

    My wife.

  • What do you worry about, and why?

    I worry that my flash will run out of battery when I need to take the one shot.

  • What is the most impressive moment in your life?

    The day I married my wife.