Hi everyone! I thought I would start this week with a little peek behind the scenes at the mysteries of photo editing. While I always strive to get the image right the first time – in camera – there are little tweaks that need to be made to make your final photos fantastic. Here’s how it all happens.
I am so pleased to introduce Hillary and Michael, whose lovely wedding I shot yesterday in Brooklyn. Their ceremony was truly a family affair, and took place in the backyard of the brownstone which has been in their family since the 1940s. The reception followed on the next day at the Harvard Club. Details below!
The wedding of Annabelle and Nate was one of the most fun events to photograph this season. This couple’s heritage is Albanian and Armenian, and that translates into fantastic dancing! They even had a belly dancer and plenty of singing, including a beautiful ballad from the groom as he surprised his bride by serenading her on the dance floor. The ceremony was held at the Shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, right by the Staten Island Ferry terminal downtown. It’s a lovely, small chapel with gorgeous light streaming in.