Thursday, September 27, 2007

My fav pics of this shoot



I've been working on some of the images from our trash the dress photoshoot last weekend and really having some success. Yay!

Monday, September 24, 2007

Trash the dress!





Jenny rocked her shoot! She was fearless: ready to smother a dress - and herself - in red paint, walk into a freezing cold pond, and crawl all over rock ledges to position herself under a waterfall. Some pics were taken underneath elevated railroad tracks, others in a pond nearby. We’re so happy with the pics- check out our site for more!

In case you're not familiar with this trend- check out www.trashthedress.com

H

Saturday, September 22, 2007

Friday, September 21, 2007

Experimenting














My new goal is to become more creative in post-process work. I am by training a black and white film photographer, so much of my work post process is to do what I knew how to do in the darkroom- correct whites and blacks, present a real-looking picture. But sometimes its nice to have something different. This will keep my shooting fresh, and encourage me to look for alternative angles and lighting that can later be converted into something like you see above.

Wedding photography changed drastically when photojournalism became popular, and it is on its way to change again as wedding photos become mini works of art. I hope to eventually be able to do a fine art piece for each wedding we shoot. Each bride and groom would then have a custom-designed work of art to not only hang on their wall, but to remember their wedding day.

I’m so inspired and excited!

H

Thursday, September 20, 2007

First Post! Wedding Expo!









Our fabulous booth!




What better time to start a blog than with something so exciting?? Jesse and I did a wedding expo on Sunday at the Sturbridge Host Hotel. It was so much fun! Not only did we meet other cool vendors, but we also met the nicest brides- and grooms-to-be. And much of their extended family!

It was a long day, and my legs literally ached all night from standing in heels for 5 hours, but it was worth it!

Thanks to everyone we met and chatted with!

Heather