Sarah Sloboda of Sarah Sloboda Photography.
Something about shooting into the setting sun always reminds me of an
old film, and since I studied film in school, I love photos that look
like movie stills. This one does that, and also, it was moment when
the camera was forgotten, and the couple was just being themselves
together (someone was asking them for directions on the street).
[image by Sarah Sloboda]
This black and white photo of us is one of my favorites from our September 2006 wedding. The wedding was in a contemporary art gallery at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia. While I’m not typically a fan of posed photos, this one really captured the mood of the evening…modern mixed with vintage, elegant yet whimsical and fun.
[image by Karen Wise]
Kelly McWilliams from Weddings by Socialites:
This is Krista & Chris (Nov 18, 2006). Krista was one of my favorite clients ever- we had such a great time planning her wedding. Anyway, this photos is of the reveal. They chose to see each other before the ceremony to take photos. The moment was UNBELIEVABLE and the pictures proved it. Both Krista and Chris ended up in tears.
[image from Kelly McWilliams]
Mrs. Bee of the exceptional wedding blog, Weddingbee:
My wedding day got off to a really bad start when my hair and makeup turned out terribly – and I’m not exaggerating! Luckily my maid of honor saved the day by fixing both my makeup and my hair, but that made me very late to take pictures around the city with Mr. Bee. My being late ended up not mattering, because our limo driver was even later than I was!Despite everything that went wrong before the wedding even started, none of it really phased me. This picture was taken as I was getting into the car to head to the ceremony, and you can see that I was just so happy to be getting married to Mr. Bee.And what’s that reflection you see in the car door? Why it’s the Brooklyn Bridge of course!
[image from Bee]
I love this shot of the two of us. It was taken during our wedding ceremony while we were listing to my sisters read a poem they had written for us. The poem made me tear up and I was leaning in to Dell’s shoulder a bit to hide my eyes. The crowd kind of “awwwwww’d” and it made me giggle thru my sniffles. I remember very clearly what I was thinking at that exact moment, and how I felt so loved.
[image from Mackenzie]