The amazing wedding of Kirsty and Troy allowed me to travel to the South of Italy for Castello Monaci. A grand castle set in an amazing backdrop of vineyard and plan trees. So much so, we had to pop out again after dinner to get the sunset as it hit the trees... a pure perfecting wedding, couple and venue!
This shoot took place out at the White Sands National Monument in New Mexico. At the White Sands, all you can see in any direction is rolling dunes of soft white gypsum sand accented with snow-capped mountains in the distant horizon. As the sun went down it cast a 360 degree pink-orange glow that blanketed the sand and created this ethereal landscape which became the most magnificent backdrop for a romantic dance between this gorgeous couple.
I have my mantra about silhouette, proportion, and fit. I believe that when they are in harmony and balance, The photograph will look great in anything. When the couple were in a romantic mood i just placed a yellow flash beside them and captured this romantic silhouette photograph the yellow light added an essence to the composition
When I saw this place the ambiance impressed me so after the wedding repetition I took the couple to this place once they saw this place the couple felt very romantic and started complementing each other. The photograph was captured with the natural ambiance of the place and expressions of the couple.
The Faith Lutheran Church in Beeville, TX traces its history back over 120 years of life through four congregations which have been united through the process of merger. My goal was to capture an image worthy of its history. This particular shot helped me hide the bright red carpet and bring focus back to the couple, cross, and architectural elements surrounding their union.