The Air Up There

I’m returning from Boise now, where I shot an episode of the FRAMED show, and I can’t wait to see the finished product. So what does one of the busiest wedding photographers around do once he’s in a new town with a weekend off? Why not shoot a wedding? And then spend all the next day shooting for fun?

I do a lot of things to make sure that I keep the elemental joy of taking photos alive, to make sure that I never get to the point where clicking that shutter doesn’t sound like fun. So I shot a wedding and with my Boise-based friends Sara and Dylan of Sara K Byrne Photography, and had an absolute blast being around all the joy of a wedding day with none of the pressure. Also, it’s a lot easier to sweet talk local skater kids when the team includes someone who looks like this.

Lens: Sigma 12-24mm f/4.5-5.6
Camera: Nikon D3s

rich - rockstar image – super awesome shot!

Aaron DuRall - Very nice!

Fer Juaristi - So cool brother!

Lukas Gisbert-Mora - Why do you still use the D3s when you have the D4 and D800, any reasons why you use this camera for this shot? my guess, small aperture high ISO to get more details and speed to capture the skater and we all know that the D3s is the best for noise.

Alexander Chiu - Nice shot! D3S rocks the frame.

Anna Ricelli - Very cool!

Sadaqat Ali - Great shot. Ryan, you are really different. Love your shots and unique POV’s that you are are able to shoot with.
I am Geophysicist (in simple words, I hunt for oil) but also a hobbyist photographer from Pakistan and learnt a lot from looking at you photos and a seminar that you did with B&H on youtube.

Keep it up. God Bless.