I just shared Jerome + Keia’s All Saints Chapel wedding images over on our dedicated wedding photography site for In His Image Photography. If you’re a fan of black + white images, these wedding’s images are a must see. Click here for their All Saints Chapel wedding images.
My second shooter caught this image of me shooting the details at a recent wedding. It’s rare that I’m presented with an image of myself capturing images! Every since then, Donnell & Ricardo have been competing to capture the best image of me on the wedding day. It’s fun, and it gives you a glimpse of who we are and what we do!
I don’t discuss studio photography often on the blog, but now that I have a dedicated wedding photography website, I can share a little more of what I do outside of wedding photography here. OK, maybe that was a poor choice of words, because although this is outside of wedding photography, the setting is indeed inside the studios of In His Image Photography. My style of studio photography is very much depicted in the images below. Although photography has evolved, I am still very much pure to it’s definition. Photography simply means writing with light. How we utilize that light, or the absence of it, is one of the methods we can express ourselves through our work. During this session, Giavonia agreed to let me express myself artistically and together we created a great number of amazing images. A few of my favorite images are below, and several more are shared on the In His Image Photography facebook page. My question for you is, are you ready for your session?
Well, it’s now official. In His Image Photography has won The Knot’s Best of Weddings again! To be recognized is always an honor. Having photographed so many beautiful weddings and providing keepsake images for my clients to reflect against has been such a reward all by itself. This award from The Knot is merely the cherry on top of the icing on the cake!