Archive for September, 2009

A Recent Family Session

Saturday, September 26th, 2009

I had the opportunity the other day to shoot a family session. I don’t normally do a ton of these, but it was so much fun to do this one recently, especially since this family was so easy to work with. We spent some time running around Lincoln Woods State Park in Lincoln, RI right around that beautiful time of day when the sun starts to get lower in the sky which makes for great light. Thanks to Jake & Family for letting me hang out with you for a while.

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Melissa & Lloyd: Engaged

Tuesday, September 8th, 2009

I can’t wait to photograph Melissa & Lloyd’s wedding this October, as it will be my first time back in the Towers in Narragansett for a wedding. Interestingly, the last one I was there for was my own.

We spent some time last week running around Narragansett taking some engagement shots.

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Courtney & Luis: Married

Tuesday, September 8th, 2009

Courtney and Luis were married on a picturesque Thursday afternoon complete with an amazing sunset and perfect temperatures. Here’s just a few images from their day.

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Krysten & Eric: Married

Sunday, September 6th, 2009

Krysten & Eric were married recently at one of the most unique locations I have photographed. It took place at his family’s home, which included a barn, a great outdoor entertaining space, and all the best farm animals. The whole evening had a whole hoedown, relaxed vibe to it.

Remember, you can always click on the images if you want to view them larger. Enjoy.

The light was amazing during the ceremony which was held in the yard beneath beautiful shade trees.

The details at this wedding were amazing. Here’s just a few of the ways that the couple and the location really made this wedding stand out from all the others:

A country band came and taught line dancing inside the barn throughout the evening.

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Mistakes Happen

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2009

Mistakes do happen. In this case, however, I think it’s a pretty cool mistake. Here’s a quick image from an engagement session I did this evening with Melissa & Lloyd, where my lens seemed to have defocused just as I hit the shutter. I think it’s a pretty interesting effect. I think they should order this image as a sofa-sized canvas gallery wrap.

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