August 15, 2009

Purdue Wedding

This wedding was a small and personal ceremony on the sand at Avila Beach.
And it was a real challenge for me photographically.
We started late and lost the light before the ceremony was over.
Because of the way the beach is set in the cove, you don't get to see the actual sunset, and it gets dark more quickly than the beach on the other side of the cove.
It is a beautiful place though.
And I was honored to get to be a part of the special day!

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The image above was the actual kiss.
This one was posed so I could get a picture without the flashes, but I think I actually like the one above better.
It tells the story of the evening!

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And I think this is my favorite image of the day...

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2 comments:

Richard August 18, 2009 at 6:01 PM  

Wonderful job under tough conditions! But absolutely beautiful as always!

The Keilers September 4, 2009 at 7:32 AM  

I am BLOWN AWAY by that first image. You should find out who their jeweler is and offer to sell him that image (at a ridiculously high price;)~.

I've now added your photography blog to my friends bar, so I won't forget to check in here. So many beautiful images to see!

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