Sometimes there are lovely photos just before or just after the posed photos. As we got ready to do a posed photo, I captured this moment of the bride's sisters arranging the long veil. Photographed at the Westchester Country Club in Rye, NY.
On the left is how the camera originally captured the above photo some years back, and on the right is how I would process the photo today. The original is how the camera "sees" — technically good, but not quite how a human sees the scene. The version on the right better expresses how one would …
Ready for the ceremony. Photographed at Hotel du Village in New Hope, PA. Bride's makeup by Samantha Agostino Makeup. I posted this photo on my Instagram (link) yesterday. If you don't already follow, check it out!
I'm very pleased to show a new selection of wedding photos. The wedding ceremony was at the Church of the Resurrection in Rye, NY. The reception was at Shenorock Shore Club in Rye, NY. I'm very grateful to photographer Fadi Kheir for 2nd-shooting for part of the day.
Although I photograph weddings in color, I love presenting some of them in classic black & white. One of the cool things about being a wedding photographer in the age of digital photography is being able to choose one's "film" after the wedding rather than before. Current photo processing tools provide exquisite film simulations and controls for crafting …
Allie and Todd pause for a portrait by the lake before their wedding at the Central Park Boathouse. The towers of the San Remo appear in the background.
A moment on the pier from Jennifer and Patrick's wedding at Shenorock Shore Club in Rye, NY.
An informal walking portrait when the couple stopped by Bruce Park in Greenwich, CT for some formal and casual portraits.
Kristi and Reed pause for an early evening wedding portrait at Hotel du Village in New Hope, PA.
A bride and groom go for a walk on the harbor side at Shenorock Shore Club in Rye, NY.
A bride and groom cross the street toward the ivy arch on the harbor side at Shenorock Shore Club in Rye, NY.
My Wedding Portfolio and blog emphasize wedding photojournalism — photography of real moments in real time, rather than posed photos. However, nearly every wedding also includes some posed portraits, often referred to as "formals". Whether you do any formal pictures at your wedding depends on your preference and on your schedule. To discuss this topic further, …