Studio 450 Wedding: Rosanne and Chris

Take a firecracker of a bride, a calm and cool groom who’s love for friends and family shows through the rare smiles they goad out of him, and a gorgeous day in a late Manhattan fall. Add laughter, tears, rambunctious children, and a Dad who really knows his way through Gangnam Style. Mix it all together in Studio 450 and stir. I would have had a fantastic time at Rosanne and Chris’s wedding regardless, but it was a further pleasure to be joined by Andre Lambertson and Dave Paek.

  • http://leodruker.com Leo

    Fantastic as always, Ryan.

  • Fadi Nassar

    Please I need to know with witch camera u took those pictures?and what lenses did u used? I really want to see the review of the d600 we are waiting for..regards thx

  • http://www.cameronleung.com Cameron

    Gorgeous wedding and love the lighting.

  • http://continuumweddings.com Melissa of Continuum Photography

    Beautiful wedding… I love all the emotion and the dad dancing to Gangnam Style is priceless!

  • Jessica Olivero

    fantastic!

  • Phil Smith

    Stunning

  • Patti Hale

    Beautiful photos – love the one with the red-soled shoes as the bride is going upstairs!

  • Sara Kelly Johns

    These are great pictures of an obviously great wedding!

  • Alice Still

    Fun looking at their BEAUTIFUL day…”and they lived happily ever after…”

  • http://stefanhellberg.com stefan – hochzeitsfotograf schweiz

    Well captured and thanks for sharing :)

  • http://www.cacchioli.co.uk Craig Cacchioli

    Love the TS lens in action under the golden leaves of the tree

  • http://www.perhenning.com PerHenning

    This is Brenizer good=)

  • http://www.vtran.ca V Tran

    I wonder how many times you’ve seen Gangnam Style performed at a wedding this year? :)

  • Fadi Nassar

    Anybody can tell me what camera he used?d600 or d800? Waiting for the d600 review.thx

  • http://www.matthainesphotography.com matt haines

    Gorgeous as usual, Ryan!

    Quick question. I love the bridal portrait in the window. You’ve obviously gelled your light source with a CTO and adjusted WB so the daylight goes blue. Question is though, did you just go a full CTO or did you go further than that? The daylight seems very, very blue! Thanks.

  • http://www.ryanbrenizer.com Ryan Brenizer

    It was a naturally tungsten-green light source, Matt, so I don’t have the exact temp. Usually about 2850, +25.

  • http://aipcreativephotography.com David @ AiP Creative Photography

    Such a wonderful day you had of capturing the emotion of the day. Truly incredible!

  • http://www.craighbennett.co.uk Craigh Bennett

    Gorgeous work! Love the city shot with the red sky Ryan!

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  • http://www.shauntaylorphotography.co.uk Shaun Taylor

    Great images and I love how you’ve used the light in studio450 during the ceremony. Very creative and dramatic.

  • Mattia Catalano

    You’ve got to know that when i’ll get married you’ll be my photographer. I love your wedding’s shots so much that i’d like to marry just to have your photos for my wedding.