Monday, May 31, 2010
When we photograph the formals everyone is in a hurry to get to the party!! So most of the wedding party ( the groomsmen lol) are bored or uncomfortable in front of the camera. We try and make the images a little more fun. This is a more relaxed formal which I personally enjoy more then the traditional lineup type formal. We still photograph the more traditional but when were done with them, we try and have fun and keep it interesting. This is from Virginia & David's wedding day which we photographed this past Saturday.
Posted by Jim Brandano at 12:26 PM
Sunday, May 30, 2010
We had the pleasure of photographing Virginia & David's wedding yesterday. Here are just two images from the day. Virginia had a beautiful dress and an equally wonderful veil. Both of which contributed to making her a beautiful looking bride.
Posted by Jim Brandano at 8:55 AM
Wednesday, May 26, 2010
Tuesday, May 25, 2010
One of the images from Laura & Matt's wedding day. I like to play around with the images sometimes , see what I can create that might be different from the original. When I do I always give the bride & groom the original and then the copy with some extra production. Most couples like seeing themselves in a different way. These usually do not make the albums but their still fun to create
and hopefully for others to see.
Posted by Jim Brandano at 1:11 PM
Monday, May 24, 2010
Some of the most fun at weddings is at the reception, especially later in the night. Guest have had a chance to relax and get into the spirts of the day!!! Romance gets stronger, as does the dancing and inhibitions go out the window lol.
Just a few examples of why we do not stop shooting till the bride & groom's last dance!
Posted by Jim Brandano at 8:26 AM
Friday, May 21, 2010
A really great couple, we had so much fun photographing Laura and Matt's wedding. The day was filled with many laughs, elegance, family, courage and lots of love. The Hellenic Center is a really great venue. (It's amazing how many wonderful venues there are in New England). The grounds at the center are wonderful and we tried to capture that in our images.
Posted by Jim Brandano at 2:54 PM