Tanya and Edmund Wedding, Mont La Salle Napa CA 09.15.2007
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September 15, 2007 at Mont La Salle, Napa California
My head is still a whirl from the beautiful autumn wedding I had privilege of covering at Napa over the weekend. The newlyweds are Dr. Edmund and Tanya, who had been dating for a record 18 years before tying the knot. The day was a study in contrasts as the cool and collected bride breezed through her preparations, while the groom nervously went over details. They were such an adorable couple! Friends and relatives flew in from as far as Philadelphia and Manila to witness the event. Here are a few early favorites from the day.
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Two gorgeous children on a Sunday morning! Is there a better way to spend your time? Just check out 2 year old Audrey and 5 year Jack. Audrey was more reserved in front of the camera while Jack just plunged right into frame with gusto. I hope I did justice to these beautiful children and captured timeless photos to remember for a long time! Here are few from the session we had.
Okey, so my blog has been double-tagged by photographers extraordinaire: Daniel Watkins and Victoria Lynne. I’m a tag-virgin so I had to do some research to find out what “being tagged” is all about. Apparently, I am supposed to write 8 things that people don’t know about me and tag someone else.
1. I’m deathly allergic to nuts, shrimp, crab, mollusks and other shellfish. Good thing I love my beef, pork and chicken!
2. My first camera was a Kodak Ektralite 500 camera, which loaded good ol’ 110 film. My second camera was a hand-me-down Mamiya SLR with a broken light meter. The third camera was one I purchased for myself, a Nikon FM10.
3. I used to work as a voice-over actress, to supplement my income. You may have heard me complain in my best teeny-bopper voice about my hair, my skin and my lack of dates over the radio. My favorite radio ad is one for Trust Condoms.
4. I have lived in the states of Indiana, Massachusets, West Virginia, Florida, Illinois, New York and California, but I consider home Pasig City in the Philippines where I grew up and spent my formative years.
5. My favorite romance movie is “When Harry Met Sally” and had a recording of it on audio tape. When driving alone, I would play it in the car and recite the dialogue along with the characters. How pathetic am I!
6. I drive a mini-van. My other car is a station wagon.
7. If I wasn’t already happily married, I would marry… author Neil Gaiman, or actors Clive Owens and Ewan McGregor – if they weren’t already happily married.
8. My mom claims I was 4 years old when I first declared that … “When I grow up, I want to be a motographer.” Apparently, I couldn’t pronounce to save my life.
Now I am tagging the following: You are all it!
Julie Lowry of Chanterelle Photography.
Dallas and Buffy of Whitley Goodman Photography
The sub-title of this post should be Adventures in Black and White.
Last May, I was challenged by primary photographer Claudia Akers of Claudia Akers Photography to shoot with her a wedding with her primarily in black and white. Shooting in black and white was something I hadn’t done since my early Photography 101 courses but I was up for anything. Plus I always believed that digital cameras did poor rendering of black and white, compared to the real grit and texture of film. I took a leap of faith, set my Fuji S3 to the black and white preset and plunged right in. I think I did a good job with these photos of Martha and Russ on their wedding day. I tried in evoke the spirits of the old masters, taking these photos with a closed mouth and opened eyes – meaning minimal direction in true photojournalism style.