Sneak peek from an amazing baby bump session with Deanna and Yomi.
We shot the whole session on the beach in Miami and it was tons of fun. The amazing outfit Deanna is wearing was … made by her! How epic is that?!?!?!
So did you see the “shoe” shot? Well… notice that side-by side there’s a shot with baby’s shoeprint next to daddy’s shoeprint? Well… you’re going to have to wait for the full post to see how amazing daddy’s and baby’s shoes look next to each other 🙂
It was such a pleasure to work with you guys. Anyone who sees the photos can tell that the camera loves both of you (can’t imagine how adorable the little one will be) but we got to see how nice and helpful and kind you were, and that’s a gift your little one will enjoy even more.
First time out after the system switch. Yup you read it here first. Gone is the Canon Gear, we’re Nikon shooters now. Doesn’t matter to the clients… both systems are amazing, we just switched because it made sense for us, the Nikon gear seems to fit better with my way of doing things 🙂
Had a great engagement session with Mari Ann and Harold in Miami. Before I say anything else I have to share one image:
Now I know I’m not supposed to toot my own horn or anything… but
… damn that photo is HOT!
Last shot of the night too… a Steve Jobs if you will… you know “… one last thing” – I even titled it on the spot in my head when I took it “Angels and Demons”
We finished the session in an INCREDIBLE apartment owned by a friend of the couple, which overlooks the city of Miami… here’s a shot from the window a few minutes before I started shooting them against the city lights.
More will follow in the full post.
Guys, what can I say… It was awesome being able to spend time with you guys. We really appreciate that you pretended that everything was going super-smoothly even though due to some “we’re new with this Nikon stuff” things were much much clunkier than they usually are! You were awesome. We hope you enjoy the photos and can’t wait to show you more and shoot your amazing wedding!
Bridals at Vizcaya… is there a more perfect setting in all of South Florida to ahve your bridals? Sure… Bridals at the Old Spanish Monastery might be another great option, but if the weather is cooperating and you don’t need the safety-belt that the old Spanish Monastery offers, nothing compares to Vizcaya’s variety of options… ah if only the administrators at Vizcaya decided to offer a limited higher-cost permit that allowed shooting for an other hour and a half or so… just as they escort you out… that’s when the light is best!
Natalie looked stunningly regal against the Vizcaya backdrop. She’s got that simply elegant look that might remind some of one of our most popular first ladies… yeah I’m talking to you Andy… better get started on that political career I guess – LOL.
Ok, no more words… just our gorgeous bride in this sneak peek.
Enjoy these photos of our most recent, stunning bride!
How to even begin to contain my enthusiasm? A great guy, a gorgeous lady with a sense of humor and enough “in on the guy geekyness” to let her play with the boys, a fantastic photographer hired to help make this a smashing success and three stunning locations. And that’s not even considering that this was our very first “live” engagement!
Thank you Jim, for entrusting us with this most special of moments. I sincerely hope to have exceeded your (but more importantly Krystin’s) expectations 🙂
The opening shot above was taken from an undisclosed location in one of the most dangerous areas of Miami (yes really) which however has the benefit of showcasing Biscayne bay’s fantastic’s Skyline.
The photos below were shot at Vizcaya
My favorite photo of the day: (Jim and Krystin have a large canvas of this in their home!)
Photo by Tony Schreiber:
And here is me taking the shot above (photo by Tony Schreiber)
After finishing up at Vizcaya we moved to the southernmost tip of South Miami Beach.
Giant Monster Ring attacking the cargo ship? 🙂
Krystin showing off her Mortal Kombat moves!!! Jim … totally paralyzed by fear 🙂
My second favorite shot of the day: