It’s not often that I start off an engagement session sneak peak with a ring shot. However this is for sure one of my favorite ring shots to date. The ring is freakin’ aweseome and I’m thrilled about how it looked wedged in a an old train’s mechanical joint.
Patricia and Alex, thank you so much for sharing a fun couple of hours with us at the Gold Coast Railroad Museum. I’d never been there before and now that I have I want to go back! You guys were lots of fun and I was thrilled with a lot of what we got. Here are a couple of shots from the engagement session, I’ll have a few more up in a couple of days… and of course you’ll be able to see the full blog post soon on the Acromatico Blog.
No more words. Ladies and Gentlemen…. Patricia and Alex!
On September 14th 2011 our family welcomed Massimo into our home. In a complete rebuttal of the assumption that the later children are denied the photographic attention of the siblings that came before, we spent an obscene amount of time playing with him and our camera.
This post shows only a small portion of what we did, we’ll post more later.
I lead this post with an image I’m absolutely in love with:
For those terrified at the sight of the little one on that shelf, be sure to read the rest of the post after the images.
We hope you enjoyed these photos documenting what our little one looked like just before turning 10 days old. If you enjoyed these be sure to come back and check out the rest… there are a few that are absolutely hilarious!
Ok, and finally about that first image at the beginning of the post. I’m sure some of you are wondering “how could he possibly endanger his son for a shot?!”
Well… let’s just say David Copperfield would be proud.
Of course I would NEVER endanger anyone for the sake of a photo. Cameras can tell the truth but they can be used to tell lies… in this case I purposely positioned the camera to fool your eye into thinking the shelf Massimo was on is much narrower than it really is and that it’s positioned in the same way as the others. it isn’t. And thanks to the magic of photoshop you can’t see that Mommy’s hands are much closer to Massimo’s butt than you might ever imagine by looking at the image.
Natalie and Andy!
Incredibly fun couple, incredibly fun wedding.
We wrote about our experience a bit in our sneak peek, so we’ll leave you to the images soon… however we did want to mention once again that we had a fantastic time photographing your wedding. Your wedding featured the first time ever we heard the Jurassic Park theme during a wedding ceremony, one of the most amazing mother-son dance photos ever… look below, how amazingly sweet mom’s glance on Andy is …. our favorite pj photo to date (you’ll have to figure that one out yourselves) the first time a couple actually ASKED for FLARE (yes!) our first Bridal Session at Vizcaya and our first blue wedding shoes!
Villa Salcedo was a gorgeous wedding venue, we look forward to being back.
This was also our last Canon wedding, which alas, meant the last time we used our beloved 35L … and yes the “favorite PJ shot” was shot, of course, with the 35L
behold, the equally gorgeous, equally fun Natalie and Andy!
for more images of the bridal party as well as some more dancing shots (find yourself!) see our facebook page
The full set is up on the proof site.
Once again guys, thank you so much for trusting us with documenting this glorious beginning of your new life together. It was amazing to share the day with you and your families.
Lisette and Alessandro Di Sciascio
Fastest sneak peek ever! We actually finished shooting this session not two hours ago… but I decided I’d do whatever I could to try and beat the clock and get a sneak peek out while Jennifer and Stephen were still at their engagement party they went to immediately after the session. Here’s to hoping I made it 🙂
The session was nothing short of awesome, including such amazing things as getting chased off the premises by a barbaric hotel guard; falling into an incredibly dangerous man-eating-plant (that was pretty hilarious); and just creating amazing photos with these two beautiful peeps!
No more words. Ladies and Gentlemen…. Jennifer and Stephen!
Guys, we had a fantastic time with you, thanks for trusting us to create these for you! Enjoy your party and your vacation!
Stephen, thank you for your service to our country.
We’ve been blessed so far with brides who seem to have way above average when it comes to selecting the colors for their wedding, especially in terms of avoiding the stereotype of having the bridesmaids look like something from the candy isle 😉 Villardia is way up there in terms of this… when we walked into her room and saw the dresses we were both in awe. Awesome taste, V!
We knew we’d have great time shooting this wedding for two reasons… because we had a blast with them during their engagement session (they brought a lot of ideas to the table) and because we knew quite a few of the people in this wedding were people from another awesome wedding we shot about a year ago. We were NOT disappointed.
Here’s a longer-than-usual sneak peek… a bit long in the making too actually… (we’re still adjusting to our switch to Nikon so the processing is still taking quite a bit longer than before) enjoy!
Oh… you will have to come back once the set is done as among other things this wedding featured the most emotional mohter-son dance we’ve ever shot. J and his mom were so incredibly adorable!!!! 🙂