I researched wedding photography and quickly discovered that shooting people, on location, under time constraints, is nothing like shooting landscapes or abstracts at all! (see here). I knew nothing of gobos, snoots, grids and I thought umbrellas were supposed to keep you dry in the rain!
I went on a year long, intensive, self-learning program leading up to Lisa's wedding last Saturday. I took almost 1,600 shots during the week and at her wedding, which I have culled down to a little over 500 that need to be further edit down to a manageable number for a wedding album. With any luck, I will have it done before her first wedding anniversary!
Lisa and Andrew: Trish, Blair, Anne, and I wish you a well-traveled life that is full of wonderful postcards. Here are a few to get you started.
Large slide show here.
Small slide show below:
Created with Admarket's flickrSLiDR.
EDIT: Blurb has a widget that allows me to post the photo book I did for Lisa:
The Wedding of Lisa and Andrew by Photographs by Scott & Anne Campbell