I love a bride who loves pink! This bride had a blush pink Monique dress, pink invitations, pink floral arrangements, a pink cake, and pink shoes! And it was all beautifully executed with the utmost elegance. See the full post on Style Me Pretty today.
The majority of these images were taken with my Contax 645, on Portra 400 speed film, except for the image at the bottom which was shot with a toy Holga with flash, black and white film.
A shout-out to Stacie Shea Events for planning this lovely event!
Always the woman with a million ideas, Martha Stewart's Darcy Miller delivers when it comes to Valentine's Day! "Valentine's Day is my thing," she says. (But so is Christmas, Hannukah, Easter, and every other holiday... ;) And I know this because I photograph all of her brilliant ideas every chance I get!
This lovely story was shot with my digital Nikon D3, using strobes, at f8 to f16. The adorable illustrations are by Darcy herself. For other details and credits, go to People.com and PopSugar.com!
A portrait I shot last week of the lovely Christina Salway, interior designer, and contestant on the new NBC show American Dreambuilders.
This shot was taken with my Nikon D3, at 200 ISO, and shot at f1.8. Using a shallow depth of field allows me to get just her eyes into focus, and give a softness to the rest of the image. I just love how the greens and blues work together in this photograph. The blue tonality on what is actually a white wall, is all natural- created by the color temperature of the light at this time of day. All of it creates a gentle backdrop for Christina's killer blue eyes! Good luck on the show, Christina!
It was such a joy to photograph Margaret and Joe's wedding at Mount Hope Farm. The bride, an NYC art director, designed everything to a T . She combined her refined aesthetic with the groom's sense of fun for an incredible combination- just like them! See more on Style Me Pretty today.
I take pride on my ability to capture subtlety. I love images that are thoughtful, that you want to look at again and again because they continue to offer complexity and interest the more you look at them. I feel that this is one of those images.
But I didn't catch this shot on my first edit… or my second, or my third. Not until I had gone through this wedding four times did I notice I had never marked this shot. Sometimes it takes a "fourth" look!