Posts Tagged ‘Wedding Photojournalism’

Sasha and Sean’s Wedding at Lord Thompson Manor

Thursday, October 16th, 2014

Sasha and Sean were married on a perfect autumn afternoon at Lord Thompson Manor in Thompson, Connecticut.  We last photographed a wedding at the Manor back in 2006 and it was a treat to return.  Sasha’s day began at Lord Thompson Manor’s sister property, The Cottage:

Maureen and Josh at St. Patrick Parish in Stoneham, MA and Searles Castle in Windham, NH

Sunday, May 27th, 2012

Maureen and Josh were married at  St. Patrick Parish in Stoneham, MA with a reception at Searles Castle in Windham, NH.  This was our third wedding at this beautiful church!  Check out a few images from Maureen and Josh’s very happy day:

No, the image below hasn’t been Photoshopped!  This is an out-of-camera shot taken with a digital camera that was converted into an infrared shooter by LDP LLC. Normal digital cameras have a filter to block infrared light and capture the “visible” light spectrum.  In this camera, the infrared blocking filter was removed and replaced with one that blocks almost all of the visible light spectrum. (It’s a sensor-mounted 830nm filter, for the technical folks out there.)   We’ve been having a lot of fun with this camera, and it adds something different to the formals.

LOVE this cake topper!

Kristen and Mike’s Dream Green Wedding

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011

We photographed Kristen and Mike’s earth-friendly wedding in July 2010 and were excited to learn that it was featured on Heather Teague’s Dream Green Weddings blog!   Check out Part I and Part II for a little wedding-planning inspiration!

 

Kristen & Mike’s Wedding at the New Bedford Whaling Museum

Thursday, July 15th, 2010

Kristen and Mike were married at St. Julie Biliart Parish in North Dartmouth, MA, with a reception following at the New Bedford Whaling Museum.   Between the ceremony and reception, we photographed family and friends at Kristen’s grandfather’s farm in Westport, MA,  and at Gooseberry Neck Beach.  Check out a few images from this very fun day:

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The image below is a bit different….and no, it hasn’t been Photoshopped!  This is an out-of-camera shot taken with a digital camera we  had converted into an infrared shooter by LDP LLC. Normal digital cameras have a filter to block infrared light and capture the “visible” light spectrum.  In this camera, the infrared blocking filter was removed and replaced with one that blocks almost all of the visible light spectrum. (It’s a sensor-mounted 830nm filter, for the technical folks out there.)   We’ve had a lot of fun looking at how this converted camera puts its own spin on outdoor scenes.

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