that’s right. and she was pretty darn good too.
it was a bit of a hectic day. we were a little rushed through preps, and once the photosession came, and i saw how cool the place was, i wished for 5 more hours. but when you’re crunched on time, you buckle down and get down to business. as i was setting up a guys’ group shot (there were 11 of them – and they were a touch rowdy), i was thinking: do i just get the shot done well and move on so we can make the most of our time, or do i pull out my radiopoppers, screw on the antennae, velcro them to my flashes, tape the doohickey to my infrared sensor, set my flashes to slave/master, put one on a camera, hide one under a truck, do test shots, go all drill-sergeant, and do the shot the justice that it deserves?
for those who know me, you know which way I went.
despite a bit of hurrying around, teresa and marco’s day went flawlessly. perfect weather, awesome locations, and a lot of happiness.
and one of the really fun parts of the day was after dinner when we pulled out the printer bar. teresa and marco had opted for the having their guests be able to make their own free prints at their reception. ok, so here’s the idea: uncle bob (yes, we all love him) takes a few pics at the ceremony that he wants to print. He pulls out his memory stick, plugs it in, and lets our printers to their magic. he can take the print home or give it to teresa and marco. a lot of their guests ended up donating their prints to teresa and marco’s guest book cause.
a special thanks goes out to danielle from mind|castle (again) for doing such an awesome job. she and i will be shooting a few times more this year, which i’m really excited for.