Katie was such a fabulous bride, I had the best time with her.
Playing with my fisheye lens on my 5D. Fun!
I post this image not because it is an artistic masterpiece, but because I am quite proud of what I was able to accomplish during the formals. Katie and Brian exited the church while the guests blew bubbles, and it took some time to get through the crowd. Once we got back inside, the Father informed me that I had approximately 15 minutes to complete all the formals.
I ended up with 37 poses in 15 minutes. That is 2.5 poses every minute. Can you believe that? It’s especially impressive when you consider that each pose involved moving multiple persons. Good thing I work well under pressure!
It was another gorgeous day!
I was in love with the bright colors in Katie and Brian’s wedding.
I think I was standing on or near a septic tank while taking this, but it was worth it!
If you follow my blog, then you know that my signature is getting my couples on the ground, the images are relaxed, fun and usually sexy.
This one is for Katie, she said she hired me based on this pose!
Here is another example of the beautiful cakes designed by Creative Cakes. I love their work.
As luck would have it, the sun was setting AND the ballroom was on the west side of the building AND the curtains were left open… so I got flare during the first dance!!! YES!!!
(For the record, I don’t really believe in luck. I believe in skill, knowledge and intelligence; which, when combined, will always put you in the right situation at the right time).