Image of the Week: Image 5

With two weddings this weekend we thought it would be nice to include an image from each in our Image of the Week entry.

Image of the Week: 1

The first is from Lisa and Mike's wedding. It was unbelievably warm outside, so we did a few shots outside, but worked mostly indoors. This shot was taken in the getting-ready room at the Winter Park Civic Center, where their reception was held. I really like this shot because you're able to see both sides of the action. Kissing shots are often tough because one person's face gets hidden, but using the mirror lets the viewer in on all the action. And the blues in the wall are a nice change from the warm tones we usually shoot.

Image of the Week: 2

The second image was shot during Kathryn and David's reception at Isleworth. Minutes after Joy and I arrived for the pre-ceremony photography, we noticed the light on the stairs and the textured wall and we knew this location had the potential to give us a great image. Kathryn and David did job working the camera. In camera I loved how the warm light flooded them, and then in post processing we darkened the corners and added a glow. I think this is one of my all-time favorites that we've ever shot. Of course I also like both of these images because they both demonstrate good uses of the "Rule of Thirds."


c r y s t a l said...

You guys are so great! Love the images from the latest wedding! Would love to see more from it and the one in the Bahamas!! :)


Frank DiMeo said...


|| davidjay || said...

WOW! I LOVE'EM You guys are incredible! That shot from above is just out of this world!

Holritz Photography said...

Lovin' the shot from above! Niiiiiiiiiiiice!

And the blue in the other images is a nice alternative!