Monday, August 25, 2008

Szczęścia, zdrowia Młodej Parze !

"There is not enough of words to explain how thankful Luke and I are to have you, Robin, and David as our photographers. A million thank you's for the wonderful job you guys did at our wedding. I could not stop crying during the photo slideshow. I just had to stop dancing and walk over to you and give you a hug to show you how much I appreciated everything you have done for us. Friends and family cannot stop talking about the photos from the engagement shoot and keep asking us when the wedding ones will be available. You guys made everyone feel so comfortable and did a great job dealing with the little ones that were in the bridal party. I even heard one of the guys call you guys "the paparazzi" taking amazing photos as you guys were everywhere something interesting was happening. From the bottom of our hearts we thank you guys for a job well done. We could not have asked for anything better as nothing is better than perfection. :)

Luke and Ewa

Sunday, August 24, 2008

AGWPJA- Lil Boy!

Yaay! One of my images scored once again in a new AGWPJA contest. 'Kids Being Kids' category, 11th place.
AGWPJA, or Artistic Guild of the Wedding Photojournalist Association is '... a group of international wedding photojournalists, who capture unscripted wedding moments as they happen, and excel in the art of post-production image processing.

Thursday, August 21, 2008

Clancy and David, on a mission at Stickley's House Museum

It's a great feeling when clients suggest off beat places for their engagement session. Clancy & David are into Arts & Crafts movement, so they contacted and obtained a permission to shoot at Craftsman Farms Museum , a log home designed and built by American furniture maker and architect, Gustav Stickley.
Clancy & David- thank you for providing the extra bit of fun & inspiration, we had great time with the two of you! Can't wait for the October wedding!

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

' Sheesh... did I ever stop smiling! : ) ' Samantha & Dio

'Ever, evermore the while in a slow silence she kept
smiling, -
While the shining tears ran faster down the blushing of her cheeks;
Then with both her hands enfolding both of his, she softly
told him,
if I say I love thee, ... 'tis the vision only

Softened, quickened to adore her , on his knee he fell before
her- ...'

from 'Crowned and Wedded' by Elizabeth Barrett Browning, 1840