It’s time to meet another inspiring artist who is part of our Visual Flow community! On top of being an extremely talented wedding photographer, Scott Josuweit created an online community for wedding photographers who want to create & refine the systems in their business so they can earn more, be more fulfilled, and give their clients a better experience – Purpose and Process. From that title, we can glean that he cares immensely about the art and reason behind photography and the importance of every process involved. He’s also an active member of our Visual Flow Facebook Group and we wanted to share his talent and with all of you and ask him a few questions about his photography journey, process, and success!
How did you establish and define your shooting and editing style?
“I was always attracted to vibrant colors and lots of contrast so it naturally translated to the way I capture and edit my photos. It took a bit of time to establish the consistency I have today but everyone gets there eventually.”
What is the best part about being a photographer?
“It sounds cliche but capturing one of the happiest days of peoples’ lives is pretty incredible. You (usually) get to see people at their best and it reminds you of the important things in life.”
Who are some of your favorite photographers?
“There are far too many to name here but I love Christian Cardona, Tanya Parada (who photographed my proposal), Two Mann, Sean LeBlanc, Jos and Tree, Chad Winstead, Miguel Ocque, and Matt Gruber.”
What do you think your keys to success are in this industry?
“Business is the backbone of every business and earning a profit is important if you want to be around for years to come.”
What advice would you give someone wanting to learn how to edit in Lightroom?
“I watched lots of YouTube videos and eventually invested in paid courses and Phlearn so I could take my editing skills to the next level. Be patient with yourself and try a little something new every shoot to elevate your editing. There are tons of presets and brushes out there but none are organized and work as well as Visual Flow’s. It’s made my workflow more efficient and I feel like I’m able to deliver a more polished product in less time than ever before.”
If you’re interested in following Scott’s photography journey, make sure you check out his Instagram and view his full portfolio on his Website.