My summer has really been a blast because I’ve gotten to shoot so many weddings with Marirosa. This is one that I assisted with – and it was with my d700. Now that I’ve switched from Nikon to Canon, I can see the difference in color tones and “light.” This is from Candace & Jason’s wedding and I loved the texture of the flowers against the texture of the trees… but I still like my Canon colors better
♥ Morning Light
One of the things I like to do is learn about light from professional photographers because they can “see” differently than I can. It was during a professional training class that this location was scouted out (by the professionals of course!). The morning light we caught with this model during a shoot a while back was in-sane against the silver-toned garage backdrop. We had soft-boxes set up, but without the soft diffuse morning light, this shot would not have had nearly the impact.
In weddings… it is often just the touch of details that make all the difference on a dress, a program, to create an environment, to set a mood. I love looking for those little details that set each wedding apart and make them unique. This is some beautiful beading on the waist of one of a wedding I shot with Marirosa lately. So simple, but it made the dress completely unique.
This is my nephew at the Botanical Gardens. He was directing us around the park with his paper map. Um, yep.
♥ Coffee or Tea
Beer please! This was also rom Candace & Jason’s wedding. The favor that also marked your table assignment was home-made beer by the groom entitled “I Do Brew” – love!