Love these Golden Hour images of Myla and Sam. Shooting into the sun is never easy. But my lens shines again! If you like what you see, then let’s go do some photos together! These were taken in Burlington, Vermont, but I often go to Charlotte for images as well. Is Urban more your thing? I know some great streets, alleyways, murals and more near Church Street in Burlington. There are still a few weeks to go before the leaves are gone.
I am so Madly Crazy in love with these images of Ashley and Matt!!!
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I am blown away by the image quality of this series of photos from Elizabeth and Casey’s wedding on Saturday. They had their reception at the Barn at Kingston Place, in Benson, Vermont. This was taken with my amazing Sigma 135 ART lens. What impresses is the awesome optical quality, considering it was done in a dark barn with no flash. The first dance is always my favorite part of each wedding day! It is so real! This series is one of my all time favorite!
I recently switched to prime lenses for weddings. Prime lenses are much better then zooms, and the optical quality is addicting! I give up the convenience of a zoom, and gladly get much sharp photos. I will take optical perfection, over easy to use any day! Plus look at the background. No zoom will do that!
Wendy and I had a nice relaxing time with Kendra and Nathan at the Isham Family Farm in Hinesburg, Vermont! Sure we were working, but the wedding was fun and casual. The weather was perfect, for their perfect Vermont country wedding! Love the cowboy hat and boots! Kendra arrived on a tractor pulled hay-wagon. The wedding was on a low hill overlooking the valley and the farm below. The above photo was taken in the wedding barn. I hope you like them.(more…)