What if rather than 90 guests at an eight-hour wedding there were 45 at two four-hour celebrations.
Recently I wrote a few words about photographing couples. The holidays, from Christmas to Valentine’s Day in particular, are what some consider “Engagement Season.” No doubt, you or someone you know is making plans to tie the knot in the new year, or maybe sooner. Then comes this sh*t storm of a global pandemic. I … Continue reading Your Big Day Will Come
It’s engagement season folks - and that means you’re getting married! Congratulations!! I guess there are two basic approaches: Nailing down the date shortly after somebody pops the question and somebody else says ‘I do.’ Loving the feeling of knowing it’s going to happen but not rushing to decide when. I’ve known couples that … Continue reading Save the Date
The first wedding I ever photographed overlooking the Hudson River and riding through the streets of the City of Hudson, found me beginning the day in a suit. Jacket was quickly shed, eventually the necktie. I’ve shot a few Hudson weddings, but I never went back in a suit. For years I’ve favored a simple … Continue reading Overdressed ? !
Years back when I was getting into the business of still photography, (after years as a videographer and graphic designer) I designed my first ‘brochure’ with the phrase “Any subject, anytime, anywhere.” I included several types of weddings, animals, wine bottles and a sunset. Much like the Ment Media Group as a whole, my photography … Continue reading Any Subject, Anytime, Anywhere