Monthly Archives: June 2010

Photo of the Day: The Joy of Youth

The ring-bearer plays with flower petals after the ceremony. More nostalgia. This was from the first wedding I ever booked, though I shot it four months later than the wedding from yesterday. Confused? That’s how I was before I got used to knowing exactly where I’ll be on a Saturday two years from now. BACK […]

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Photo of the Day: Every Photo Has a Story…

… and this one doubly so. I met Heather and Jordan for a very late-night engagement shoot at the swanky hotel where they got engaged. Unfortunately the floor they got engaged on was under construction, but I said “Hey, these elevators are pretty cool.” I usually try not to inconvenience anyone, but since the hotel […]

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Photo of the Day: The Beginning of a Long Journey

Here’s a bit of nostalgia, a nice moment from the first wedding I ever shot as the primary photographer. The ceremony was out on a little island, and the groom, an extremely athletic Man of the Mountains, rowed them both out there in their own canoe. I think I may have been standing up in […]

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