After Shooting Your First Wedding – Part 2 Follow Up – PBP012

After shooting your first wedding - Part 2 Follow Up - PBP012

After Shooting Your First Wedding – Part 2 Follow Up With Sean Lee – PBP012

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In This Episode

What’s it like after shooting your first wedding? In this episode, Atlanta based videographer Sean Lee from Oh18Media discusses the reality of his fear, emotions, and expectations after shooting his first wedding.

This is a follow-up episode to The Emotions And Expectations Before Shooting Your First Wedding With Sean Lee Part 1 – PBP007, so be sure to listen to part 1 first if you haven’t already.

Just A Few Things In This Conversation

We compare how authentic his fears and expectations really were

If and how his business has grown after his first wedding

Some tips and tricks Sean learned from his first wedding

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Beers In This Episode

Matt’s Beers

Bell's Consecrator Doppelbock beer and Two Hearted Ale drank and reviewed on the Photo Bar Podcast

Beer 1Bell’s Consecrator Doppelbock 8%

Brewing Company: Bell’s Brewery, Inc – Michigan, US

Star Rating: 4 out of 5

NotesA traditional doppelbock fermented with Bell’s Brewery lager yeast. Features a reddish brown color, full body, and well-balanced. It has hints of caramel and molasses with a malty finish which you can really taste on the back end.

Beer 2Two Hearted Ale 7%

Brewing Company: Bell’s Brewery, Inc – Michigan, US

Our Star Rating: 4 out of 5

Notes: This is Bell’s American IPA and it’s named after Majesticstyc Two Hearted River in Michigan’s upper Peninsula. Bursting with hop aromas ranging from pine grapefruit and perfectly balanced with malt backbone this beer is well suited for adventure everywhere.

Sean’s Beer (drink)

Sutter Home Pink Moscato drank on the Photo Bar Podcast

Beer: Sutter Home Pink Moscato 10%

Brewing Company: Sutter Home Family Vineyards – California, US

Our Star Rating: 4 out of 5

Notes: Luxurious aromas of white peaches, honeysuckle, and caramel. Luscious passion fruit and honeydew melon flavors with hints of sweet vanilla are perfectly balanced by refreshing acidity. Great for a cheap drunk or party.

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