Archive for January, 2010
I had fun photographing Jen and Bill! They are getting married next September at the Boston Harbor Hotel. The engagement session was a great way for us to get to know each other.
These were taken in Boston Common. The top image is one of my favorites.
I like how they dressed for the session. They were not wearing matching outfits, yet they didn't clash either AND they were comfortable.
This image was Jen's favorite the day of the shoot. Could this be their "save the date" image?
I like in in black and white as well. These images were taken right outside Bill's cousins place in Beacon Hill. They were nice enough to let us use their balcony after these were taken.
I like the bit of red that Bill is wearing. It looks good against this door as well as the stone wall images (above). I also like the light blue shirt he's wearing instead of white since Jen is wearing a white shirt.
I really like how the green plant is framing this image-it adds a bit of color while also softening the image that is predominantly stone and brick.
And this was our last image of the day. I LOVE the city back drop!
I had a lot of fun working with you both and look forward to the wedding!!
I'm very excited about this event! If you're interested in participating, call before all time slots fill up.
50% of all session the session fees generated from this event will be sent to aid in the relief effort to Haiti!!!
What a way to start the new year! Karyn and Jon were married at a quaint church in Amherst NH with a reception at the Bedford Village Inn.
My day started with photographing the men. They were watching the game and drinking . . . Gatorade.
and some were playing with their Christmas presents.
Karyn was beautiful! Here she is getting her dress laced up.
A quaint New England church.
This was taken in the basement of the church before the ceremony. Karyn had just put on her veil-she NEVER saw herself in the mirror!
Here are the bridesmaids before the walk down the aisle.
I prefer to be at the back of the church during most of the processional, so I can capture moments like this.
Here is one of the ring bearers watching the bridesmaids going down the aisle. The bride is in the background.
I took this image just moments after they finished the recessional.
I love this image of the Pastor signing the marriage license.
Once the ceremony was over it started to snow.
The bride and her bridesmaids. They don't even look cold-wow, they were good!
Strike a pose.
The first dance was perfect-they looked like they knew what they were doing on the dance floor but it wasn't over choreographed-there was still plenty of emotion!
Congratulations Karyn & Jon-and happy new year!