I’m so honored to have a bunch of my work featured in David Pierce’s monthly e-book Wedding Photography, A Guide to Posing. If you are a wedding photographer you might want to check out this new handy e-book which will be coming out every month. Note: I’m not selling this e-book, my work is just being featured in it. If you want to look into it further, just follow the link above. Here are a couple of screen grabs and some more information for you.
Yearly Archives: 2010
I just loved Antoinette and Jon! They were such an AWESOME couple to work with, I swear, their wedding barely felt like work to me! Their family and friends were good people with really great senses of humor! Big props to Jon too! I love when my grooms get into the photo session and are relaxed and fun, thanks for the laughs Jon! Plus they had their wedding at one of my favorite venues as well, The Stone House, in Warren NJ. I swear, I like it there not because it’s only 15 minutes from my house too! I just dig the vibe of the place, lots of cool little areas to work in! Antoinette, Jon and all their guests came to have a good time and party on, and party on they did! Congratulations you two!
Well, this is it, the last wedding of the year for me! I still have many weddings to get caught up on here on the blog, so stay with me, lots more eye candy coming your way! For now though, enjoy these little teasers from Angela and Brian’s wedding!
I could not wait to blog Casey and Dejan’s wedding! This one was a stunner, with an awesome couple, time for me to do my thing, good light, and a fantastic location, The Wainwright House in NY! I’m pretty sure this blog post will be the new record for the amount of photos posted in it, a whopping 69! I could have easily posted a lot more, but I have to go get ready to shoot another wedding tomorrow! I’m really proud of this set, and honestly, I don’t think I need to say much more than congratulations to Casey and Dejan! Take your time with this one folks!
I love this ring shot!WHOA!This was right after Casey and Dejan saw each for the first time that day.Casey waiting for the ceremony to begin. I loved the sign. The small print says “Please Remove Your Shoes”, which Casey did, but I think it was only because her feet hurt!Met by her parent’s to escort her down the aisle.I love this shot too of Casey and Dejan walking out to greet their guests at cocktail hour. (another benefit of seeing each other beforehand for photos)Party time!I LOVE Casey’s expression behind grandma!
Keziah and Nick had the most beautiful day for their wedding! When I got to Keziah’s mom’s house, my jaw just about dropped to the ground as it was basically sitting on a beautiful farm and a really old and unique house. In fact, inside was even more interesting, it looked like a really cool antique shop with all kinds of fun stuff around! I also got to catch up with one of my past brides too. I had photographed Nick’s brother, Ian’s wedding almost 2 years go, so it was great to see Kelly and Ian again! As it turns out, the MVD (Most Valuable Dancer) at Kelly and Ian’s wedding was ALSO the MVD at Keziah and Nick’s wedding as well! This guy is a real spark plug. I think you’ll figure out who he is as you look at the reception photos! Keziah and Nick had a wonderful day and it was my pleasure to photograph it. Congratulations you two!
The ceremony coverage was a bit unfortunate, as we found out on the spot that we weren’t allowed any further than the last row of pews!Yep! MVD!Take a long look at this photograph and try to really see everyone in it. This is not done in post-production, it is a single photograph as seen at the time of capture.