Here's a great shot by my assistant, Francisco Bravo. He has been my assistant for a good while now and travels everywhere with me. Francisco's also a very talented photographer and he's starting to shoot as well. I do like his eye - how he sees and frames some very unusual angles.
We're updating Sue's portfolio with this photo today. I like the thought behind the composition - normally we'd be tighter to the subjects, but here the length of the columns really makes this shot.
Today we're featuring this "explosive" shot by Andrew from a recent wedding in St. Martin.
Be sure to check out his full portfolio here
This shot just shouts out happiness. Photographed in Washington, D.C. in January, no less. Michael Falco is the lensmaster here. I love this couple!
Here at the studio, we get to witness and capture love on a daily basis - we seriously do. In honor of Valentine's Day and to take our minds off this winter we've been having, we'll take any excuse to look through some of our favorite engagement photos. I hope these images bring you warmth and remind you that spring is just around the corner!
I absolutely love how Jack was able to capture this bird's eye view during a stunning wedding we shot in Egypt last year. Having both Shawn and I there made it possible for Jack to position himself over the action and set the scene perfectly - you can even see us in the shot!
Been a bit on hiatus here on the blog, but alas we shall continue our venerable Portfolio Series! Too many great images that deserve the prime spot. Our emerging photographer (well, by our standards), Andrew Kelly, had the good sense to capture this beautiful shot. I will make you guess which building this granite belongs to... Hint: an item in the shot may have been inside it before!
I thought we'd end the year with a stunning winter bridal portrait by Shawn Connell shot recently in Central Park.
Warmest wishes this holiday season from all of us at the studio.
This beautiful shot was taken by Sue Kessler as the couple headed to the reception of a recent Blue Hill at Stone Barns wedding. Such a nice, quiet moment between the newlyweds before the party got started!
I love the unique composition of this shot. Shawn found a way to use creative layering and really captured the moment from the guests' perspective.