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Hello, and welcome to the CSP blog! I'm Chris Sosa—ice-cream-lover, encourager, and wedding photographer based in Miami, Florida! My passion is photographing timeless estate weddings for joyful couples who put their marriage first! Grab a pint of your favorite ice cream, curl up on the couch, and enjoy scrolling through some of my recent weddings, getting all the latest planning inspiration, and learning from my best photography tips!

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Kicking off the new year with my first vlog (and probably a little embarrassment, but hey! You have to start somewhere!)! I had such a blast with all of the extremely talented vendors at Katie and Aaron’s wedding. This is my first time Vlogging and getting myself on video, but I hope you enjoy it. […]

January 1, 2018

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Carlos and Isabella’s Thalatta Estate wedding was, in Isabella’s words, absolutely perfect! It went incredibly smoothly, which pretty much never happens. Wedding days can be messy and stressful, and all sorts of things can go wrong! But somehow, nothing did! I think there were a few keys to this: Perspective. A laid-back attitude towards your […]

September 17, 2017

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This new adventure starts off like many. Flight delay. Everyone’s favorite. Okay, it’s not so bad. It was only 2 hours. Since I always fly out extra early, I didn’t have a problem. I’m thankful my friend Jonathan was able to drop me off at the airport as we chatted away for the car ride. […]

September 2, 2017

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I know many at fearful of flash. There are a lot of misconceptions on it as well. Many just don’t love “flashy” photos. 1. Don’t point your bare bulb flash at someone’s face. If you’ve ever seen a terrible paparazzi photo you know why. To further clarify and my second tip is 2. Small light […]

August 15, 2017

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I was about an inch from being late to the airport. I closed the door and I stood in shock as I turned and didn't realize I didn't have my key. Thank God it did not close all the way and I ran inside and got my key. I made it to the airport and […]

August 3, 2017