Two brothers. One mission. Portraits for mom and dad. Success, gentlemen! How nice was it that day?! I barely did any post-processing on these images. The August sky was cartoonish and really helped with the mood of these photos.
Adorama asked their fans on facebook to send in winter photos to be used for their blog. They chose the photo I took of the Old Dutch Church in Sleepy Hollow, New York. Pretty cool! You can click on the screenshot below to see the photo and order a print of it.
Over the weekend I spent some time at Rutgers Gardens taking photos with a few friends who are fellow photographers. The point of this exercise was to swap photos with everyone in the group so we each had some great family photos in time for the holidays. Mother Nature also decided to let up a bit so we had a nice golden sun to work with. I’ve never been to Rutgers Gardens this time of year so it was a nice change of pace from the usual scenery.
In addition to the new site, all of my work is being looked at and organized into a reel. One part of that reel will feature my photographs. A little tease never hurt anyone, so I am posting the photography portion now. Here’s to a great new year!
I love photographing weddings. Because wedding photography is a very intimate relationship between myself and the couple, I like to shoot a few weddings per month. That keeps me fresh and yields photographs that will make your heart sing. Destination weddings are also welcome.
Here a few of my favorite shots from weddings and engagements I have photographed.
Want to help restore the New Jersey shore? A lot of it simply isn’t there anymore. Houses that weren’t leveled by the hurricane will eventually be reduced to rubble from flood damage. The pictures we see of the damage cannot fully measure the impact. Do whatever you can to support the coast. I personally stand by Comic Book Afterlife Sandy Relief and their grassroots movement of raising at least $10,000.00. The money will go to the areas that need it most. If you donate to something like The Red Cross, that money can be squandered. I remember specific stories back in 2001 when The Red Cross was using funds to help the rich move after they lost family members in the World Trade Center. That didn’t leave a good taste in my mouth.