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Episode 04: Denis Reggie and Joe Buissink – Part 1 of 3

August 28, 2008

My wife and I love to shop at Whole Foods. Whenever we can, we pick up fruit, milk, frozen food, protein bars, cereal, and my favorite, Rice Dream. (Hmmmmm!) But, every now and then we go to Lucky’s too. What does any of this have to do with today’s episode starring celebrity wedding photographers Denis Reggie and Joe Buissink. Well, you’ll have to watch to find out. But keep this in mind. You know how a square is a rhombus, but a rhombus isn’t necessarily a sqaure? (C’mon, think back to junior high math). Well, a person who hires Denis Reggie to shoot their wedding most likely shops at Whole Foods; but just because a person shops at Whole Foods, that don’t mean they can hire Denis Reggie (present company included. 🙂 Are you adequately confused yet? Good. Then hit play and gain some insightful, no holds barred wisdom from these two masters.


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I want to say thanks to Pictage and the Los Angeles PUG for letting us use their meeting to host our show. And thanks to Joth Riggs of Whitestone Productions as associate producer and manning camera.


Later in this series we’ll have five bonus Q&A episodes. It’s a great opportunity to get FREE advice from two industry giants. All Pictage users will get access to these videos video the forums. Also members of the F-Stop Beyond Facebook Group, or those of your subcribed to our CSI:ProPhoto e-newsletter will have access too. Stay tuned.


And we haven’t forgotten the other David Jay bonus episodes. Be on the look out for the Cribs episode and the DJ’s surprise visit from an old protege of his.

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  1. August 28, 2008 at 6:37 pm

    Awe man Ron! You cut it off right at the good part!

  2. September 29, 2008 at 8:51 pm

    Ron you da man! thanks a mill for all you do You keep me inspired.

  3. February 8, 2009 at 7:14 pm

    Please keep doing what you do Ron. It is needed and you are appreciated for it.

  1. September 1, 2008 at 9:02 am
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