Welcome back to another installment of Real Weddings Magazine’s Partner Profiles!
This week, we have feature one of the nicest guys we know, Justin Buettner of Justin Buettner Photography. Whenever we send Justin an email, he responds practically the minute we hit the “send” button! We LOVE that! So take it away Justin! (Plus we love him because he filmed a short film in our offices!)
Specialty? Wedding Photography
When did you establish your business? 2004
What sets you apart from your competition? Aside from my own style, I do not have hourly restrictions, and I give the copyright and negatives to the bride and groom.
Where do you find inspiration? A love for the visual arts and an interest in people. I love being a wedding photographer because each event is unique.
When you opened shop, what was your promise to your customers? Customer Service. Even if people are not booking me but have questions in photography in general, I always take the time to help any way I can.
Do you have any hidden talents? No, most are out in the open.
What color(s) gives you the most joy? Vibrant colors.
What song is the soundtrack to your business day (or at least to how you feel right now)? “Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride”
What is your favorite flower? Venus Fly Traps, they’re crazy looking.
Do you regularly blog? What’s your blog site? I post on my Facebook page, is that blogging? Justin’s Facebook Page
Where is your favorite place to travel? I have always wanted to visit Australia.
What’s your favorite local restaurant? Any pizza or sandwich shop.
If you weren’t in the wedding industry, what would you be doing? Making movies.
What three things are you most grateful for in life? My family, friends and good health.
If you were to plan your own wedding, or re-do your wedding, what element would be most important to you? Music and pictures.
What is the best advice you can give to brides and grooms getting married today? Accept any help you can get. Remember it’s a celebration, don’t forget to have fun!
Anything else you’d like to share with Real Weddings Magazine’s brides? It is easy to get bogged down on the details when planning a wedding, just don’t forget the big picture because that is what is important. If you do this everything will work out, I promise.
Photos courtesy of Justin Buettner Photography.
To find out more about Justin Buettner Photography, visit Justin Buettner Photography online.