Interview With Anna Kuperberg

I follow the work of many, many photographers. And by ‘follow’ I mean I view their work as a learning tool, and look at it as if I were a client trying to decide which photographer best represented my own view of the world. I don’t remember how I found Anna Kuperberg, a San Francisco photographer who shoots weddings, kids, and dogs, but I’ve been reading her blog via RSS for at least a year now. Out of the long list of professional photography blogs, I usually click on her feed first. She continually surprises me with her quirky, often whimsical photography. She also shoots at all angles and, very notably, her timing is incredible — the images really show how observant she must be to capture what she does.

Anna was recently interviewed by Marc Silber, and what she says in her interview sums up how I feel about the art form.

From Marc Silber’s website:

This year, Anna Kuperberg has been featured on the cover of Photo District News and PPA magazines, and was named one of the world’s top ten wedding photographers by American Photo magazine. Her work has appeared in InStyle, People, and Martha Stewart Weddings.

Click on the image to see the interview (opens in a new window):

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Still editing, editing, editing, but I’ll have a slideshow from Beth+Shawn’s wedding soon.