Getting the best light. The golden hour is a photographer’s best friend when taking outdoor pictures. Avoid sunny midday, when the sun casts harsh shadows. I love the time just before sunset. Sunrise is even better, especially since summer temperatures … Continue reading
John and Amanda’s wedding was one of the best-planned events I have seen. The House of Blues offered some challenges in terms of lighting. But the situation pro-
vided a real-world test for some low-light techniques, which have had really good results in the studio and other more controlled environments. A wedding and the reception that follows requires quick thinking and a high degree of agility.
I am very happy for these two, and I’m proud to say they were pleased with the photos. I’m looking forward to more opportunities like this one. I actually like a challenge. And now I am more confident in my low-light photography in a more fast-paced scenario.
I took the opportunity to get some shots of the bride’s and groom’s cakes before most everyone arrived. The groom is a huge TCU Horned Frogs fan, and the cake was incredible.
Congratulations John and Amanda