There will never be a more Coney Island wedding photo than this.

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Even if nothing else comes of it, I am so glad we’ve been working like crazy this week to film an educational video about flash composites just so I could take this picture. Thank you for hopping in, Serena!

(My previous video can be bought at http://brenizermethod.vhx.tv)

Camera: Nikon D4
Lens: Sigma 12-24mm f/4.5-5.6

Streaming Live at 5 p.m. at BandH.com/wedding!

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This photo makes me happy because it was always my secret favorite from my latest Obama shoot, even if not the obvious choice. There’s a hint of storytelling and context to it with the woman’s hand, the man straightening his tie, and even Pete Souza poking around the corner. The President is still perfectly identifiable thanks to his famous ears, and it’s an angle you don’t get to see often because it is not easy to get two feet behind a sitting POTUS (I had to do a great deal of friendly negotiating with the Secret Service).

I’ve been lucky to be in lots of wild situations, and today brings a new and exciting challenge — I’ll be speaking about business and how I keep things fresh and exciting despite my massive workload today thank to B&H Photo Video Pro Audio, and we’re streaming it for FREE! at http://bandh.com/weddings. See you at 5 p.m. Eastern!

Camera: Nikon D4
Lens: Nikon 28mm f/1.8G

Watching over Cristian (Viña Santa Rita wedding)

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This is probably my favorite “tilt-shift candid” I’ve taken. The groom, named Cristian, prays during his wedding ceremony in Viña Santa Rita – Copiapo, Chile. Thanks to Kyle Hepp for having Tatiana and I tag along for this gorgeous wedding. She’s just posted more photos and the slideshow on her blog: http://www.kylehepp.com/2014/03/matrimonio-vina-santa-rita-2/

Lens: 45mm f/2.8 PC-E
Camera: Nikon D4