Monthly Archives: June 2012

ONE MORE DAY to submit to Brenizer method contest

Just a reminder that there is only one more day to submit to the Brenizer method contest (read more about it and submission rules here). Since I was too busy shooting to include an earlier reminder and don’t want to end a contest on a weekend anyway, I will nudge the deadline of last accepted […]

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Metropolitan Club Wedding: Ariana and Eric

Ariana and Eric’s wedding was just … more. Yes, the Metropolitan Club is what you’d expect from a place J.P. Morgan built when he really wanted to impress people. Yes, Ariana bought her amazing dress in Paris and few to Italy for a private fitting at the invitation of the designer. But that’s just what […]

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Julianne and Steven’s anniversary shoot

I think that sometimes the photographic community over-emphasizes the importance of portraits on the wedding day. Partially this is because weddings are filled with so many moments and connections between so many people that demand skillful, emotional documentation. But it’s also this: Awesome portraits are the only part of the experience that can happen on […]

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Nikon D800 review

Specs and purchasing informationMost new cameras are evolutionary. They push a few specs forward, make some tweaks, and hopefully make it a little easier to take photos that are a little better. But every once in a while, a camera comes out that disrupts the natural order, that surprises you and may even allow for […]

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Throwing a curve

The wedding party kept talking about what a great athlete Marisa is, so I had to see for myself. (Her husband Joe also said he really wanted to make the blog, so we joked I’d only put in photos without him in it. Don’t worry Joe, you’ll join the party soon.) — Lens: 24mm f/1.4 […]

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Sonya and David’s Alger House Wedding

Sonya and David were married on a Sunday. They booked me that Friday — after being unceremoniously double-booked by their photographer. So I didn’t get to meet them in person beforehand — what sort of people are they? I wondered. Fantastic people, it turns out. The sort of people who wedding photography clichés are based […]

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With Gusto

It’s a wedding, have some fun. I certainly have been. The top one reminds me of something crossing my mind recently. Somewhere around now I’ve crossed the threshold of shooting my 250th wedding. It’s been interesting to see what aspects of growth are in photography, and what are specifically wedding expertise, whether it’s the comfort […]

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