Color is always a significant element of the wedding day. On those rare occasions when a client requests that their photography be shot in black and white, my response is that I would choose color for myself.
The appeal of monochromatic imagery is its simplicity. With color withdrawn, what emerges is form, texture, and the subtle beauty of light. Black and white is a timeless medium.
A photographer should have no difficulty creating a respectable portfolio when the images are favorites from numerous events. More telling is to see consistent quality throughout a single day.
The photos in this first “Church” album are all from a single wedding ceremony.
The photos in this album are from the reception that followed the “Church” ceremony shown in the first album.
These photos capture a party celebrating a 6oth wedding anniversary. A small, very personal event, on a highly memorable day.

 

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