Shot my first wedding as the sole shooter, and my first same sex wedding, which was actually pretty challenging for me because there isn't the sort of go to standard shots that you have to make sure you get when you have a bride and groom. That and one of the families wasn't very excited about the event, so the couple was pretty reserved and wasn't very lovey with each other, which makes it hard to get that special moment if they really aren't giving you any. All in all though it went pretty well, I just delivered 300 some odd proofs to them, so I am breathing a bit of a sigh of relief of getting the job out the door.
Good shots. But if I can just make one suggestion? Lesbians.
I like the overall tonal qualities in regards to contrast. Well done. The flower box could be $ on stock photo sites.
I've pretty much gotten my zenfolio gallery set up the way I want it. I've finally ditched the old gallery and pointed my domain to the new zenfolio account.
Let me tell you, that is a smoooooth and seamless setup. For $100 a year plus a per-order service fee, you get a gallery site with a built in shopping cart and credit card processing. Customers can even customize their prints with mounting and framing, and its all priced out for them according to a pricing formula you set. The best thing is that there's an option to remove all logos and advertising references to zenfolio or the printing house from your web gallery, making it look 100% like your product.
Pretty cool. I'm pretty happy with it. I just need to do a little tweeking of the products and pricing lists, and I'm 100% up and running.
Here's the Best of Long Beach issue of the District Weekly that I mentioned.
two other pics printed too.
Dude, you're like the Ansel Adams of Long Beach!
I like the use of the word 'artist'. :)
double props.... you're livin the life RR!