Monthly Archives: October 2012

Wedding photos from Lighthouse Point Yacht and Racquet Club just south of Boca Rotan, Florida.  Even with Hurricane Sandy bearing down on Southern Florida I managed a marathon day, driving 340 miles from Jacksonville, Florida on Friday morning, photographing until 10:30 pm, then making my way back North until I called it quits at a Hotel at […]

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Saturday’s wedding featured a beautiful Catholic ceremony at Assumption Catholic Church in Jacksonville Florida, a fun reception at the Deerwood Park Sheraton, and perfect weather without a cloud in sight.  A morning ceremony meant an early start, especially for the bride, but by planning ahead we were able to photograph her in the church prior […]

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Why do I love photographing weddings on the White Room Roof Top Terrace in Saint Augustine Florida?  BOKEH!  With panoramic views of the lighted Bridge of Lions, spanning Intracoastal Waterway, and the White Rooms use of italian wedding lights, I am able to create photographs with beautiful colorful backgrounds even after the sun goes down.  Bokeh is […]

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Julie and I had a wonderful sunrise maternity and family photography session in Jacksonville Beach Florida on Saturday morning. Expecting Mother Melissa and soon to be Daddy Thomas are an awesome couple with their first child on the way.  A cool breezy morning gave us beautiful light and wind for flowing hair.  We used a […]

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Traditional monochrome wedding photos from a Casa Monica and The Cathedral Basilica in Saint Augustine Florida. Black and White photography seems to suit itself perfectly to wedding photography, a timeless and classic look, perfect for telling the story of two families coming together on a wedding day. In todays instagram world it is refreshing to sometimes strip away all the color and filters and focus on the photos content, shape / form, and light. Many of us associate black and white photographs with our family history, with the majority of our past generations only being documented in black, white, and shades of grey.

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ugustin Inn Bed and Breakfast in Saint Augustine provides couples with a wonderful place to stay and host their wedding. This couple from Pittsburgh, PA wanted to capture their photos both in the quaint back streets of St. Augustine as well as along the waterfront near the Castillo De San Marcos Fort. If you are considering having photos taken at the fort, make sure you consider how long a walk it is from your ceremony location out to the waterfront. If it is more than a 10 minute walk, I would recommend you have your car or horse and carriage drop you off. Planning ahead will save your feet some trouble. Saint Augustine makes such a great destination wedding location for so many reason, and the varied photographic opportunities adds to that list. I especially enjoy working with couples who are interested in incorporating some of the historical achitechturue in to their wedding day photograph session. If you are interested in the Augustin Inn Wedding Packages you can find them here.

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