Perhaps I’ve mentioned before; I’m not a ‘factory wedding photographer.’ For years I’ve said it, and I’ve always believed it. “Every individual and every subject is one of a kind.” You’re not like everyone else, the story of how you met isn’t like everyone else’s story and your wedding won’t be like everyone else’s … Continue reading Wedding Photography, Easy Going…
Photographers need to look at photography, everyone should enjoy the work of Patrick Harbron.
This image arrived in my inbox this morning, on 1/3/13, it was one of several such greetings still trickling in and it prompted two main thoughts, mainly the message I’ve been meaning to share with all the brides and grooms I’ve photographed recently. But first, I think it is doctored. There’s no way the fireworks … Continue reading Happy New Year – Ka Boom!
Janet and Steve’s wedding last weekend reminded me why I do this. Not that I ever forget, but bear with me. Natural smiles, ecstatic family and friends, an intimate gathering in the open air, love in their eyes when they kissed, danced, ate, schmoozed, walked, talked, and even stood for portraits. A wedding is a … Continue reading Keep Smiling
I’ve shot stone-faced grooms, photographed grooms that grimaced, and those that cry. At some point, most crack a smile – at least for an instant, or during portrait sessions. On Saturday, I had the pleasure of working with the grinning groom, Daniel Rossignol. He was smiling when I met him, barefoot and getting dressed in … Continue reading The Grinning Groom