Saturday, December 22, 2007

Favorites of 2007

As we enter into the final weeks of 2007, I find myself reflecting upon the years’ events – a year that has been fruitful to Holly and I both personally and professionally. We feel very fortunate to have photographed so many weddings this year and to have met so many amazing couples. Imagine your workday being a day in which you observe two people who are incredibly in love with each other, share their love for each other amongst all the people they love the most. It is the most incredible experience.

We are very excited with the work we produced this year and wanted to share some of our personal favorites. Although I have not taken an exact count, I know that we shot somewhere around 75,000 wedding pictures this year. So, narrowing it down to our personal favorites is no easy task. Here are the images from 2007 broken down by thematic category:

Favorite Getting Ready Photo (Men):

Favorite Getting Ready Photo (Women):

Favorite Dress Photo: Holly and I loved Alison's elegantly bold statement with her wedding dress (non-traditional and absolutely gorgeous).

Favorite Ring Shot (traditional):

Favorite Ring Shot (non-traditional):

Favorite Bouquet Photo: Bouquets are one of my favorite details to photograph at weddings. They express a bride's personality, style, and individuality. For this reason, I selected our top 3 (there was no way I could narrow it to just one):

Favorite Groom with Groomsmen Photo:

Favorite Bride with Bridesmaids Photo:

Favorite Unposed Bride Photo:

Favorite Unposed Groom Photo:

Favorite Couple Portrait:

Favorite First Moment Photo:

Favorite Bride/Groom Detail Photo:

Favorite Ceremony Photo:

Favorite First Kiss Photo:

Favorite Just Married Photo:

Favorite Band Photo:

Favorite Cake Photo: Isn't this cake AMAZING?!?!?!

Favorite Cake Cutting Photo:

Favorite Couple Dance Photo:

Favorite Dance Photo:

Favorite Toast Photo:

Favorite Bouquet Toss Photo:

Favorite Garter Toss Photo:

Favorite Send Off Photo: Want your send off to be hip and cool? Try a tandem!

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