On this blog I like to post what I am currently working on. Sometimes the pics are in mid-production, if you will. Meaning they have been photo-shopped very little. While separating files for my photo shopper, I just had to work with a few myself and post them here.
This is a sneak peek of Imelda and James wedding day! The site at Del Web in Roseville was beautiful! These first two pictures were taken just steps away from where they were married minutes earlier...I love what I captured here and it is in essence what I love about my job. Capturing every little moment as it is happening. I do not know what James was saying to her but it was perfect!
This location was just off the golf course. Loved the lighting here, it was perfect!
As a professional wedding photographer, I am always looking for a type of photograph that stands out in style. So when people see it in a magazine or online, they know it's mine, without seeing my name. As you will notice throughout all of my blogs, that I use a style that is the same, BUT everyone looks very unique in theirs. Not any one photograph is the same! These are some of my favorite!!! I have been doing a lot of over-the-head shots since I got my new lens! I love it! I think this type of shot will be my newest signature shot!!!
I love letting the bride and groom kick back a little...always looking for a bench or a chair to bring out something special. If you have something for them to sit on the rest is just capturing how they interact together...MAGIC!!!
Love this rock...but what I love most about this first picture is the way her dress looks..just laying there! I actually don't like "fixing" the dress in every shot...then it wouldn't be as real.
A few of Imelda by herself on this great bench! Again, love how the dress is just laying there!
OK here are my favorite! Really...my favorite favorite! I have done running pictures on golf courses before (often actually) BUT I LOVE this first look of ready set go! I love the way Imelda is holding her dress and I love what James brought to it! All I told them is "Ok, start there... and run! And this is what you get!!!!
These next two...not posed...taken right after they were getting off the golf course...so Cinderella!
Because I was so far away when I took the first two...just to make sure I asked them to SLLLLOOOOWWW down, but not stop, so I could make SURE I got this shot perfectly! I always tell my brides, I will never ask you to do something again, outside of a kiss maybe. I just may ask you to do it a little slower! It's all about getting it in the moment! Pointless to re-create ANYTHING!!!!
I hope you enjoyed this sneak peek of James and Imelda's wedding. Let me know what you think below and become a follower of my blog!