New York City Wedding Photography – Roni and Wayne

I just had to post a lot of photos for this beautiful Jewish Wedding I shot a few weeks ago at the Midtown Loft and Terrace, one of New York Cities most amazing venues to get married at (in this wedding  photographers opinion). It was such a fun event I wanted to focus on every detail from Roni’s beautiful smile, to the wonderful Ketubah, to the spirited dancing of the Hora (the last two are traditional Jewish Wedding ceremonial things). Besides the great wedding food and stunning Manhattan views we had the skilled DJ Gary Hoffman spinning tunes and Baked NYC making the most amazing wedding cakes and desserts. And a big thank you to my talented second photographer Jeff Wilson… it was pretty much a perfect wedding.

I was excited to share the photos after the wedding and when I got this email below from Roni today I wrote her back and said, “I’m going to post that with my blog” since it was basically an unprompted testimonial and made me so glad to have taken her photos. In Roni’s words,

“OMG!!!!! These are the most amazing photos ever…and I am not just saying that because I am in them.  You did a fantastic job, I can’t believe that that was my wedding!  Please let midtown loft use them on their website if they want.  I can’t wait to put an album together. let me know what we need to do.  You are the best photographer ever!  It was a pleasure working with you.  You were professional, prompt, and had a great eye for the perfect photos.  You truly captured the wedding and what I wanted the wedding to be.”

Thank you for having me photograph your wedding Roni and Wayne.

The beautiful bride near the Flatiron building Its always fun when your wedding couple has a good sense of humor 🙂 Love this shot of them walking down the aisle Now this is a dancing photo!

5 thoughts on “New York City Wedding Photography – Roni and Wayne”

  1. I LOVE your use of silhouettes! I don’t think I’ve seen many photographers use shadows the same way! Good job. And your photos are so sharp! Is that post production?? Or just amazing equipment??

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