Last year I began having associates photograph weddings under my company, particularly for days when I was already booked but was getting extra inquires. Its been a great experience I’ve had amazing weddings covered for me over the past two years and have been lucky enough to have several very talented photographers lend their time and skill working for Daniel Krieger Photography. This past weekend was a good one for my company, when 3 weddings were being photographed simultaneously for me. I wanted to share a sneak peak photo from each wedding.
First Bonnie, a wonderful photographer with a great sensibility for timing and composition, photographed what looked to be a gorgeous wedding at the Old Grey Barn in Vermont. this is the couple Lauren and Beau:
Second we have Adam’s wedding, another awesome couple with this shot showing off Adam’s sense of humor, timing, and skill with off camera flash! This is Jared and Jenna:
And I had a wedding that I photographed myself, which had a lot of meaning for me as I’ve known the bride since she was 10 years old! Another gorgeous couple Dawn and Dennis, I had such a great time with this wedding:
Today’s photo of the day is from yesterday afternoon, at a wedding in Connecticut . I had the wonderful opportunity to photograph the wedding of Dennis and Dawn. I have known Dawn since she was about 10 years old, as she was the younger sister of one of my best friends growing up. I’m going to blog this wedding when I get some time as it was a gorgeous day, and we captured so many wonderful photographs that I want to share….but to start us off this is a moment when Dennis and Dawn saw each other for the first time as the day began. Enjoy!
Todays Photo of the Day is a recent film photograph from a wedding of mine in Central Park. I love being able to shoot some film at weddings, it really slows down the process for both me and the couple. When you’re shooting on film each shot counts (a roll of film is 12 photos which could take a half hour to shoot as compared to 12 digital photos which could take 12 seconds to shoot) So I want to really be spot on with my focus and carefully compose the photograph. I let the couple know we’re slowing the pace…. I think its nice for them considering the rush and flow of a wedding day. Jeff and Ashley hung out with me for a few minutes after we let the wedding party go back to cocktail hour at The Central Park Boathouse in NYC. This was taken with a Hasselblad which is a manual medium format camera. The sun was almost gone and I only had a few minutes left to catch this one… I thought it came out quite nice.
A few weeks ago I had the chance to photograph an amazing Korean wedding at the Oheka Castle, a majestic venue in Huntington, New York. The grounds are amazing for photographs and Richard and Susan were really into their photos so we went all over the Castle, capturing a ton of gorgeous photographs. There was a traditional Korean tea ceremony where the couple changed into these elaborate, colorful outfits which I will show in a full blog post at some point, but wanted to share this Photo of the Day today. Thanks!