Rangefinder Magazine – How Photographers Can Improve Working with the LGBTQ+ Community – Kathryn Cooper Weddings | LGBTQ Wedding Photographer
I’m delighted to have several mentions in Rangefinder’s most recent lead article, How Photographers Can Improve Working with LGBTQ+ Community. As an LGBTQ wedding photographer and ally, I’ve been fortunate to be a part of several LGBT wedding photo publications. This one, however, is informative, to-the-point, and extremely helpful for all companies who work with LGBTQ+ couples.
This shared feature was written by Brittny Drye of Love Inc., and published by Rangefinder—one of the leading photography magazines in the world. Love Inc. is an inclusive wedding directory and blog I’ve had the pleasure of being published in and working for before (photographing the NYC Pride March last year, for example). They feature quite a few ideas and posts by LGBTQ wedding photographers around the world, and have tons of inspiration on their website.
You’ll find other LGBTQ+ wedding photography photos of mine around the ‘net, including this San Francisco City Hall elopement on Love Inc. If you’re interested in other guides, vendor listings, tips, a BIPOC wedding planner, an LGBTQ wedding photographer, tuxes for women, and more, my ongoing list of resources is below.
National Gay Wedding Association
As always, let me know if you have a favorite LGBTQ wedding resource! I’m always looking for new ideas, new resources, and new ways to participate in the community. Thanks to OFD Consulting for trusting me as an LGBTQ wedding photographer. And if you are part of the LGBTQ+ wedding community, please tell me if I can do things better to include you. I mean it!
I’m delighted to be part of Rangefinder’s helpful article, and look forward to participating in more helpful articles in the future. Best of all, the more discussion there is, the better we can build an inclusive world for ALL wedding couples.
[…] This isn’t important to everyone, but is extraordinarily important to others. Many of my LGBT clients want to make sure I have a lo of experience working with all types of couples, people of color want to make sure I’ve photographed couples of color, etc. You’re the client, and you need to feel 100% safe and welcomed. […]
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I think we can all learn how to be better service providers to the LGBTQ+ community. Thanks for sharing this resource.
Such a great accomplishment to be published! Rangefinder is awesome and its so cool you’re able to partner up with them!
Congratulations!! So exciting!! Also UM these weddings look beautiful!! Thank you for sharing the magic with us!!
Congrats on your feature, and thanks for sharing this resource!
This is such a great resource! I love the LGBTQ+ wedding community!