"Wedding Memories Never Fade, But Flowers Will"

September 23, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
About two years ago I put my wedding business on hold while I took care of my Dad suffering from Dementia. I have no regrets in anyway and I cherished the time I had with him. These memories will always be in my heart. Unfortunately adversity can hit us at any given time. No one plans for it, it just happens. We shot a wedding about three years a...
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Look beyond the color.

February 17, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Often when we are being interviewed by the bride and groom, they will ask if we can do the matt look, can we shoot in black and white, or some other type of effect. The answer is, yes, yes and yes. Post processing software that we use makes it limitless to what effect you may desire. My biggest suggestion for any bride and groom would be to look b...
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A Brides Guide To A Stress Free Wedding

February 08, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
"A Brides Guide to a Stress Free Wedding" Over the next few weeks I will be sharing some ideas that will help "brides to be" minimize their stress levels when it comes to managing your wedding. Planning and organizing for your wedding is all part of the process. It can be a lot of fun engaging parents, family and friends to help plan your wedding...
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What style of photographer do you want for your wedding event

February 05, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
What style do you prefer? When a bride is planning her wedding a lot of attention goes into the venue, the caterer, the flowers and the music. So often the bride forget another important detail, picking the photographer who will be capturing her wedding day for a lifetime of memories. I read this article from The Knot, "10 Steps to Finding a Great...
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The Secrets of Photographing Winter Landscapes

April 14, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
1. Correct White Balance. 2. If you exposure for the snow, your camera's metering system is programed to make the snow an 18% gray. 3. Over exposing by 1 or 2 stops will help and also bring more detail into your shadow area as well.
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