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Hi there! i’m katelyn.

Hello, and welcome to the KJ Blog! I'm Katelyn James, and my husband Michael and I are a wedding photography team based in Richmond, Virginia. We hope you grab some coffee (or a diet coke, in my case) and enjoy viewing our latest work, browsing resources for photographers, and getting a little peek into our life!  Read more...

Rome Georgia Wedding Photographer | Winshape Conference Center

  • Josh + Amanda | Engaged

when things just work out perfectly! Amanda and I have been emailing for MONTHS about her engagement and her wedding! We booked and I was thrilled because I love shooting destination weddings. I’ll be traveling to Georgia next spring for their beautiful wedding and I’m so excited to be there! However, it’s always tricky trying to get engagements done when you book a long distance wedding. We had emailed back and forth about the possibilities and then it clicked! I’ll be outside Atlanta at the Pursuit 31 conference! It was about an hour drive for Josh and Amanda and so we made it happen! They met me at Mt. Berry College….

September 2012 | Brittany

  • Coaching

I had the honor of meeting with Brittany of Brittany Claud Photography! We sat in my office and talked about everything from print labs to Bokeh. Last week I was super busy and so Michael took Bokeh to his grandparent’s house for a few days. I totally forgot that some of my coaching photographers… actually, ALL of them have wanted to meet Bokeh! Poor Britt, she missed out on the spastic ball of apricot colored fluff that we call our dog. He’s just been crazy recently!! whew! Two shoes have hit the trash can because of him recently!! Yikes!

OCF Placement

  • Ask Anything

ago  blogged about my new found love for the Canon 600 Ex-Rt’s. This is a new flash system that Canon announced in the early 2012 and the flashes have transmitters BUILT IN. So I don’t deal with Pocket Wizards or Radio Poppers or ANYTHING! I just set up my OFC, put my on-camera flash in the shoe mount and sync them with one click! Amazing? YES. I love them! I shoot with my On-camera flash set on Manual and my OCF on ETTL. The only disadvantage of these flashes is that if you’re shooting with a Mark II, you can’t set one flash to Manual and one to ETTL. I know that’s a bummer and it’s keeping a lot of people from investing in them.

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