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Spring Wedding at the Hyatt Chesapeake Bay

I spent the day Saturday photographing the wedding of Emily and Steve at the Chesapeake Bay Hyatt. The weather was beautiful, Emily and Steve’s family and friends were very courteous and treated me like I was one of the gang, and the venue was amazing (as always)…a perfect day! As one might guess, in the course of downloading and backing up the images, I’ve found a few I’d like to share here…a teaser if you will! Congratulations Emily and Steve!

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March 29, 2010 - 6:26 pm

Emily & Steve - We absolutely adore the photos so far! We cannot wait to see the rest! Thanks for helping us have an awesome day!

New Years Eve Wedding Favorites

Some of my favorite images from the New Years Eve Wedding with Ryan Estes

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“Four Weddings” casting call Philadelphia Brides

From TLC’s Website:

Would you like to register to participate in TLC’s “FOUR WEDDINGS”?

If you are getting married in the following areas:

* New York City (or within 1 hour of Manhattan, NY)
* New Jersey
* Philadelphia, PA

During the following months:

* Jan 2010 – March 2010

Email us right away – and you could be one of our 4 brides on an upcoming show!

Details – Email us the following:
1. Your WEDDING DATE / LOCATION OF YOUR WEDDING in the subject line.
2. Include a photo of you and the future groom.
3. The best way to reach you DURING THE DAY – usually your cell phone # is best!

Email us at: [email protected]

We will contact you right away with further details!

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last minute wedding planning?

Congratulations! Procrastination has paid off in a big way if you are still in search of your wedding photographer!
Maybe it’s because the economy is tough and you thought hiring a skilled, talented, and artistic photographer wouldn’t fit into your budget. Or, perhaps you just haven’t found the right personality or chemistry with those photographers you have met with. I’m confident your search is over, this is the hottest deal going right now for the coolest months of the year.

Starting RIGHT NOW you can take advantage of our newest package, “Old Man Winter”. Yes, a boring name, but truth be told I want to work in what are normally the slow months of the year, and don’t want old man winter to settle in an make home here. I need to keep my skills and vision sharp.

So what is it? Well in short, old man winter is a wedding package where you simply pay a small non refundable contract fee, which covers our basic time and expenses up till the wedding day. This payment is also converted into credit for to use after the wedding toward the purchase of prints, albums, or files, you choose. Easy.

Because I’m making myself extremely available there are of course some rules, but you will have to contact me to find out what they are; and when you do, please include some information about your wedding plans, such as, where and when are you getting married, how big is the bridal party, how many guests, etc. I’m happy to answer and in most cases we’ll do it within 4 hours.

This is by no means a wedding giveaway. It’s a contracted booking – just like all other weddings that I book during the busy wedding season. The only difference is that if you are not absolutely in love with your photos after your wedding – you owe nothing and have no requirement to purchase anything further. The industry standard for wedding photographers is to collect the entire balance due BEFORE the event, but I’m mixing it up on this one. I’m looking forward to hearing from you!

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why do you need a wedding album?

While it’s certainly not a requirement, especially in this day and age of digital photography, but I’ll tell you a few of the most important reasons why I believe nobody these days should exclude this priceless item from their list of wedding day priorities.

These aren’t your parents wedding albums! Today’s books are works of art, limited only by the vision and creativity of the artist, and they are totally cool.

The wedding album is the heirloom that is handed down from generation to generation. It is a direct representation of who you are today. The styles that are/were in fashion, the type of dancing that is/was cool, what you ate, what your drank, the colors you love and the textures you feel. It’s much more than the pictures it contains.

It looks much better sitting on the coffee table than a DVD.

Anyone can pick it up and re-live your wedding story.

And finally, because all the cool kids are doing it!

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August 29, 2009 - 9:46 pm

Jeff Johansen - Another reason… it is a physical keepsake you can pass down as family history. Diskettes become discs, VHS becomes DVD then BluRay – but books are still books and until mass public publishing to Kindle and Sony Readers is possible; this the way to make sure part of you lives on well past your own years.

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