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Yearly Archives: 2012

The Great Group Shot Approach.

This is a quickie.  Promise. The most challenging part of shooting a wedding if you ask me is NOT…the ceremony, the reception, the getting ready, the lighting (well sometimes that’s tricky), the travel, the long hours, not eating, hot days etc etc.  The hardest part, for me anyway, is coming up with original ideas for […]

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Broad Spectrum – Andrew

When people find out that I’m a photographer they usually ask me the following questions. 1. How long have you been shooting? 2. Canon or Nikon (Nikon if you must know)  And then they want to know about what model, full frame or crop?  What kind of lenses BLAH BLAH BLAH 3. What do you […]

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“A Soldier’s Story” – The wedding of Bill and Patty

I’m a sucker for a good story.  I love a happy ending as much as the next person.  I think this wedding has a lot of that in it. Patty contacted me last year about photographing her wedding.  When we spoke on the phone about meeting up for the first time I assumed that her […]

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“The Best is Yet to Come” – Formals from the pre-prom of Chapel Hill Chauncy Hall

A few weeks back I posted about how I want to take over the prom world during the month of May!  I shot my first prom Goof Booth™ for Chapel Hill Chauncy Hall School in Waltham, Massachusetts.  It was a ball.  You can click HERE to see that post and be prepared to wish your […]

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