Love is Work Made Visible (literally)

De Seversky Mansion wedding

Lawrence built these letters himself with foam-core and Christmas lights, in addition to handcrafting exquisite wooden signs, tables, and hand-painting dozens of luminaries for the grounds of his De Seversky mansion wedding on Saturday. Speaking as a guy, Lawrence, you’re blowing the curve for the rest of us.

Camera: Nikon D810
Lens: Sigma 12-24mm f/4.5-5.6 II

Beginning the year with a bang (Crestwood Manor wedding)

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When I saw these lights at the Crestwood Manor, I couldn’t help myself, and did what may be my biggest panorama ever: 143 frames, 281 megapixels, effectively a 24mm f0.45 lens.

And Anil and Mabel outshine it all.
Camera: Nikon D4
Lens: 143-image “Brenizer method” panorama with the Nikon 105mm f/2 D DC (equivalent of 24mm f/0.45 according to Brett’s calculator)

Chateau Briand Wedding: Samantha and Tushar

When you meet Samantha and Tushar, they strike you as extremely kind, deeply in love, and a little quiet. Well, two out of three are true, at least when it comes to wedding receptions. With countless deep friendships that they’ve maintained over the years, extensive dancing, musical performances, and even an entrance via a pneumatic platform via the Chateau Briand, it was anything but a quiet reception. What else could one expect from a wedding featuring Tushar’s brother, from deep Georgia, the self-proclaimed “only Indian redneck?”

Gorgeous day, amazing people. Congratulations, you crazy kids.