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Most often my bridal portraiture is created on location and utilizes a single light source. This image I made in St. Petersburg, Russia is a characteristic example of my style:   As a wedding photographer, it is often difficult to carry a lot of equipment so I need to be resourceful and use all available lighting sources at […]

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I kept setting this blog post aside until last week, when it happened again. A bride approached me online asking about our services and we chatted for a while. She sounded very nice and I was happy to provide her with information about pricing and photography samples of the available photography team for her wedding date. […]

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This portrait of the beautifully dressed groom is one of my earliest works, created in Montreal, Canada circa 2006:   The groom is lit with one camera mounted flash bouncing light off to the right. The exposure was taken from the top right wall and dialed down by 0.7 of a stop to pop the subject out […]

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I took inspiration from Picasso’s famous painting “Woman with Pigeons” when I made this image of the bride on a ladder in St-Petersburg, Russia: The shoot came about rather spontaneously as the bride casually took my direction to climb the ladder toward the chandelier. While it appears as though the bride is lit by the chandelier, […]

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This joyous moment between the bride and her daughter was captured with available light on her wedding day in Montreal, Canada: In this moment I had asked the bride to interact with her bridesmaids that were sitting next to me. At the same time, I asked the bridesmaids to find some way to make the […]

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