While shooting a wedding can be the most intense and critical timing types of photography, it can be the most rewarding too. You don’t have the ability to miss shots or screw up your settings. On the other hand, it’s a great opportunity to capture something beautiful. Everyone dressed nicely, in a nice location, everybody is happy and it’s the oldest tradition in humanity.
I had the chance to shoot this wedding on behalf of greatestmemory.com, my partner site that specializes in family and wedding photography. It was a great summer wedding and a great experience for me as a photographer. I haven’t done many weddings, but it’s something I’m beginning to offer, so feel free to ask if you or someone you know is in need.
As always I’m short on words, but this time I’m very long on photos. Enjoy this super mega post!
I recently had a chance to head back to Norwich Kansas to visit family. This is part 2. Part one was titled Welcome to Paradise, which many people saw in the previous version of this site. You can check those out on the travel photos section of the site. I went up there with only one expectation: introducing my fiancée to my family in that area.
I had no idea, until we arrived, that I would be photographing classic cars, a windfarm, and family. As always, I keep my descriptions brief. enjoy.
My most recent shoot was a first time experience for me. I was referred to shoot a Bar Mitzvah, and I was happy to have such an opportunity. I’m not Jewish, so being involved with that culture has been quite a rarity for me. In addition to seeing a sacred religious occasion, I also had to adhere to limitations as a photographer. Certain instances are simply off limits to a photographer snapping away, distracting everyone involved.
Aside from the technical challenges, this shoot was an experience I won’t soon forget.