Joe and Lisa’s Wedding at the Merion

Great clients come from all walks of life — I still remember shooting the wedding of two chiropractors when I started rubbing my wrist and six people jumped up to adjust me. But who could be a better client for a wedding photographer than … another wedding photographer? It’s always a pleasure to shoot another photographer’s wedding — they have a lot of options to choose from, so it means they’re on board with whatever you want to do. And I don’t even have to tell you we had fun — a quick glance at the photos will show you more than I could say. Lisa was a bundle of emotions, from her fantastic smile to no small bit of tears. But really, all you need to know about these two is that they did a fist-bump during their Catholic cermeony. Awesome.

And their reception at the Merion was as wild, emotional, and intense a celebration as I’ve seen. And given that most of my weddings seem to be in a constant competition for craziest dancing, that says a lot.

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Their Own Radiance

Excited to finish my upcoming tilt-shift review, which will be my first review so comprehensive that I can’t fit it all into one post. But I figure I’ll let B&H, who was nice enough to lend me the 24mm and 85mm, and Adorama, from whom I have frequently rented the 45mm, enjoy some much-needed rest and contemplation for Passover first.

Lens: Four-image panorama with the 85mm f/2.8 PC-E
Camera: Nikon D3s