This super chic shoot makes me wish I had a cool barn nearby…all the pics could have been taken straight from a magazine! [Or maybe even the set of Mad Men!]
[images from Jennifer Skog Photography]
Jen Causey shot Rachel and Matt’s wedding a year ago, and this is their anniversary photoshoot in the Meatpacking District…great idea right? You just can’t beat the graffiti in NYC!
[images from Jen Causey Weddings]
Now that The Highline is open to the public here in NYC, I’m going to take a wild guess and say we’re going to be seeing a lot more bridal shoots there…these were taken by Annabel of Belathée Photography.
[images from Belathée Photography]
My husband and I were married last December in Sydney, Australia and our favourite photographer was not able to attend. So when we returned to frigid Toronto, Ontario, where we live, we did a little shoot out on frozen Lake Ontario, wearing our wedding gear (as well as vintage bear fur stole and warmer boots
The photographer was Matt O’Sullivan who I believe is one of the best emerging wedding photographers in our city, growing his business from his amazing street photography work: http://thenarrative.net/
[images from Matt O'Sullivan]
Our wedding was November 8, 2008 in Central Park and unfortunately for us, it absolutely poured that day. When we were in the cab pulling up my husband was on the phone with our photographer who said there was probably no way he could take pictures for us since everything was outside. We had a pretty nontraditional wedding by inviting only our immediate families up here to NYC and getting married in Central Park. We went to dinner in the Lower East Side that night and then met up with friends for drinks that evening. It was intimate and perfect. The only issue is that we didn’t get any pictures done professionally. A couple weeks after the wedding we thought we picked a good day to do a photo shoot so we went for it. It was 30 degrees that day! We went in Brooklyn Heights and DUMBO. I wanted to share in case these were appropriate for your readers and given your blog title, I thought I’d pass along.
[images from Duhon Photography]