Selecting a wedding photographer can be the most daunting tasks for newlyweds. Let’s face it, wedding photography is something you only buy once in your life. How can you decide and balance out all of the factors like cost, style and value? It’s a tough job. So, let’s start here!
One of the most asked questions we receive as wedding photographers is how to organize family portraits and capture great photos. The family portrait session should be completed in 30 to 45 minutes. Any longer and your guests become frustrated and that’s not ideal for your wedding day! So, here are some helpful tips that will help organize and take some of the stress out of your family portraits.
Working in a Wedding Industry has a lot of advantages. Not only we get to meet different wonderful couples (brides and grooms), but also some incredible vendors! Recently we had a pleasure meeting small business owners Diana Nobrega and John Surabian. We would like to tell you about a wonderful gift idea for your bridesmaids and groomsmen, the New Lakes Region Bracelet!
When I was growing up all we had was a simple ZENIT photo camera. It belonged to my aunt. All the family photos were taken with that camera. Later on, my aunt gave it to me as a birthday present. I think I was 10 at that time. Yes, I started to learn photography when I was only 10 and it quickly became my passion! Almost all the pictures that I have of my big family since then were done by me. I wish I took more!
When we talk to our clients about our Wedding Photography services, we emphasize how important it is to not only find a great photographer, but also a person who cares about capturing your once-in-a-lifetime memories. Someone who cares about you and your family as much as they care about their own!
It is no secret that Lana and I are big fans of modern day albums. Pulling out that wedding album at family get-togethers makes it all worth it. Last week, we had family over for Thanksgiving and broke open the old family albums ourselves! What a great way to spend an evening sipping on a warm beverage and thumbing through old albums and telling stories.
Krista and Ryan tied the knot with their Nashua Courtyard Wedding! The Nashua Courtyard’s Event Center is a great venue to host a New Hampshire wedding! The location affords newlyweds a variety of options for photographs with plenty of local parks and scenic areas. The Courtyard itself has beautiful backdrops for photos, so you really don’t have to leave the area!
Kelley and David’s Harding Allen Estate Wedding this past weekend was really something special! Calling this venue “stunning” is an understatement! This gorgeous historical mansion that has a gated garden with a lily pond and a fountain surrounded by fragrant flowers.
All wedding receptions are special in their own way, but ever now & then we come across something truly unique and special. This was the case last weekend when we met Bruce Jacques.Read More
We recently photographed Mia and Jared’s Wedding at an incredible Seacoast venue – The Oceanview of Nahant. This venue deserves a separate post and acknowledgement, but today I wanted to highlight an incredible live band the Groove Authority. I have photographed hundreds of weddings and have seen plenty of live bands. These folks are a step above most other bands for sure! Read More