Monthly Archives: June 2010

Photo of the Day: Water Fire

Basically no photoshop; a bit of contrast in the sky. It was a wet Wednesday for Elyse and David’s engagement shoot, but we braved it anyway. I spent a good chunk of the time lying in puddles to get the best angles, and it was worth it. This is why I don’t wear designer clothes […]

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Photo of the Day: Marveling at the Sights

A tourist wedding guest looks up at Midtown Manhattan during a rain-soaked double-decker bus tour. This image is proof that I sometimes use Canon when I want to change things up, and that I like to make life hard on myself by shooting photojournalism with the glacially slow 85mm f/1.2. From Barbara and Michael’s wedding […]

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Sarah and Larry: 5.15.10

Watch the full slideshow in high-definition (or click “continue reading” below for a smaller size) There are a lot of general rules you find once you’ve done enough weddings, and one of them is that generally during daytime weddings, when the light is streaming in, nothing is hidden and you have to deal with the […]

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