Occasionally Taylor or I are asked by one of our photographer friends to help them out by second shooting at one of their weddings. Second shooting is always a great opportunity for me to see how another photographer works, to expand my own creativity, try new things and take different angles with my photography. The extremely talented Julia Newman of Julia Newman Photography asked me to come along with her to The New York Botanical Garden to photograph Matt and Nicole’s wedding, and I’m thrilled I had the opportunity. Below are a few of my shots from the day.
It was a HOT day in the city with Shane and Courtney. And I mean that in every way. After meeting up at Washington Square Park, we made our way over to the piers snapping shots all the way. By the time we got back down from shooting on the docks, it was sweltering. We got a few bottles of ice cold water and Shane DOWNED that thing. Seriously, like one really big gulp and the bottle was empty. Honestly, I would have died of brain freeze or something. But, we all felt better and Darren got a chance to use his fisheye lens before we wrapped up a great shoot. Shane and Courtney are totally cool and we can’t wait for their wedding coming up this year!!!
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