Rounding out my edits from weddings shot last year. One thing that resinates with me when I shoot weddings is the interaction and respect within the family. It makes me think of the saying that goes, "you don't just marry the individual, you marry the family". I feel like the values and behaviors of the family come through in the individual. This family was no exception.
The day started out a little rough for me since I tore a nice little whole in my rear bumper while backing into the driveway of the grooms parents house. Breathe. Focus. Put on the happy face and let's get some nice pictures. No damage was done to their place but the back of the car didn't look so good. I tried to quickly put the incident behind me and focus on the task at hand. Fortunately, I was greeted by a bunch of really nice guys.
We moved outside for some shots around the house with the family. They actually suggested this jumping shot (I did a few of these last summer) and this one turned out pretty well.
My favorite is the guy on the left. Too funny. Okay, onto more serious things. I met up with David (photographer I was shooting with at this wedding) and got a chance to shoot a few with the soon-to-be husband and wife.
Fast forward about an hour and now its official. I'm also happy that I didn't fall off the little chair I was standing on to get this shot :-)
Finally, I wanted to feature a bit of the food. When I say they had a spread, I really mean it. I have probably 20 images of different selections of food. Meat, veggies, cutting stations, ice sculptures, olives, shrimp, pizza, bread, pasta, and on and on. It was amazing. Here are four I liked. Hope you're not hungry.