Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Winners never quit, quitters never win !

The road to Patricia and Daniel's wedding seemed easy. It was far but mostly highway driving... what can happen, right ? Oh well... let's start telling the story from the night before. The two of us were photographing different weddings. Both in New Jersey. The plan was to meet afterwards, go half the way to Virginia (where Patricia and Daniel were getting married the next day), stay at a hotel overnight and drive the remaining 2 hours in the morning. Good plan. Except for the part where very unexpected car trouble holds us for more than a few hours in Dealaware (after reaching our hotel). As a result we sleep a lot less than intended. Eventually, after getting help and mobilizing the car again we are on the road. Still on time. Next on our way is the storm of the century. The rainfall is literally so strong that the trafic on highway stops moving. We are starting to wonder what else can happen. In the end we make it to the ceremony the very moment the bride is entering the church. Whoa ! That was close. Through the night, rain and against Murphy's laws we made it and photographed the wedding with double satisfaction. Here's some of our coverage:

Pati and Daniel - as always you were amazing ! Thank You for having us for the afterparty and actually the afterday ! We had much fun !

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Erin got married to Sal!

Erin, our gorgeous Sep. 6th Bride met her future husband while working for ABC6 Action News Team! You can watch the story here!

We had an awesome pleasure of photographing their beautiful wedding, that took place in Albany, NY.

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

A very flavorful event- Deepal &Vishal!

Three day celebrations for Deepal & Vishal were spectacular (for many reasons) from beginning to end! It all began by henna ceremony, through traditional blessings at Bride's house on the second day, and the music/dance celebration at night, to a gorgeous ceremony on the third day. The couple was fabulous, people so genuinely friendly and happy, the colors were striking, the traditions- fascinating, and the food... spicy!