Awesome day at none other than Franklin Plaza. Great place to work. Jacqueline Kindlon and Steve were served a beautiful sunset as you can see in the couple shots I have here.
Ok so here are a bunch of pics from my old Navy buddy’s wedding this past Saturday. The ceremony was a small one but held in a Doctors house, well if you wanna call it a house, it was more like a museum. My wife and I were both besides our selves. The doctor was nice enough to let us use the inside and outside of the estate to shoot. Even thought it was a small wedding I still managed to shoot 1600. This is a small sample.
Worked 60 State Place 10.11.15 with Seasons Catering for the awesome food and Big Brian from Piano Man DJ for the awesome dance music. Then add the personality of Claire and Andrew and their family members, you have a crazy wedding. Its great when you get your stones busted by the guys and you can bust right back. LONG day but a fun day.
The last to post out of my triple last week. I was honored to shoot Brian Killips and Amanda’s wedding, Ive known Brian for many years since his was a kid coming in to the lab I worked at with his dad to drop off film. Seems like yesterday. Had a great time seeing some old faces and again at Orchard Creek with Joell Viscusi.
Here are a couple from the 1st of the 3 weddings I shot this weekend. First one was Friday at Orchard Creek with Joell Viscusi who is an outstanding banquet manager. Fernando Bustamante from Conway Productions was awesome as usual. Kira Keough & RJ you guys rock and were awesome to work with. Thank you!!
Though you think of where your gonna be for a wedding or commercial shoot, you have thoughts in your brain of what you want and how you want it to look, its only natural, when you get to the site that its not actually what you had visioned and now your rethinking quickly in your brain on how to attack it with 20 min to spare to get some nice shots of a cool location. Here I was hoping to be down by the water light house off in the background with waves splashing on the rocks. Well I couldn’t get to the water with time we had, you really had to kinda be a rock climber. So not only didn’t we get down by the water, we had to deal with harsh sun, so using a high powered strobe to light Katie Michaels and Andrew, we did a great job with a great exposure on the couple and keeping a rich blue sky. Slight post production to bring out the clouds and darken the sky. Overall, in the small amount of time, this is one of the many awesome shots from this Newport RI location.