Ida in particular is a trooper for this one. The place they had to stand was not the easiest to get up to, and then there’s the 20-foot drop…
Camera: Nikon D3s
Lens: 35-image “Brenizer method” panorama with the Sigma 85mm f/1.4 (equivalent of 28mm f/0.47 according to Brett’s calculator)
Well this is a first — I’m blogging Claire and Johnny’s wedding during their wedding.
No, I haven’t revolutionized efficiency. Claire and Johnny are celebrating their love tonight with friends and family in Scotland, but beforehand they travelled to New York City to get married in an intimate, beautiful day — with nine people! It’s been a long time since I spent a full day at a wedding with fewer than 10 guests, and while I love the energy of large weddings, there is something really special about being able to get to know every person there.
After a ceremony at the Central Park Conservatory Garden, they finished the day with a yacht ride around southern Manhattan, and we couldn’t have had a better day for it. It felt like a great day among friends more than work — possibly because everyone, including the bride, kept taking pictures as well! On a night like this, who can blame them.
Congratulations, Claire and John — I hope you’re having the time of your lives right now.
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