|Originl photo straight out of camera.|
|Post Photoshop touch up.|
|Jake modeling the ensemble we had picked out for rental: 2-button tux, black satin vest, black diagonal striped tie. |
The pants would be flat font (pleated is pictured). By the way, I also hate pleated pants and shiny, plastic rental shoes.
|Calvin Klein (Image via Macy's)|
|Cherry blossoms! I could have played with the expposure here...but I like |
the way the sun highlights the flowers, almost blowing out the details.
|I shouldn't have blurred out the background so much.|
My instructor asked me what the white stuff was...
it's a bowl of creamer.
|In case you are wondering, that is swiss buttercream in the bowl.|
|Bride and her mom. I LOVE their facial expressions.|
|The ridiculously gorgeous bride and groom.|
|Bridesmaid and her fiance. They are getting married the day before us!|
I cannot begin to tell you how shocked I am at this photo.
It doesn't hurt that they are a gorgeous couple, too.
|Come on...you know I am going to shoot food when there is food.|
|Cake made by the groom's cousin. Chocolate cake covered with Ring Dings (Ding Dongs)|
and Yodels (Ho Hos); favorites of the Groom. Wait, maybe those are Hostess Cupcakes...
|Bestman and girlfriend. See that shadow on the lower edge (center)? |
Yea, stupid me, I had the flash on AND the hood on the lens.
I think Photoshop can fix it though ;)
|Groom's parents. See her glasses, no glare! And I had the flash on! |
I am beyond amazed that there is no glare. I also love how the wall sconce lights up her hair.
|Maid of Honor and Bridesmaid. They had me cracking up all night.|
|And my favorite photo of all (I took 933 photos). LOVE. THIS.|
|via Martha Stewart Weddings|
Give bubbly a boost with jewel-like cranberry-, pomegranate-, and apricot-infused sugar cubes. Working in batches, soak cubes in a bowl of fruit concentrate or puree until completely saturated. Remove with a fork, and place on a wire rack (don't let them touch); let dry overnight. Present cubes at a champagne bar, or serve them in passed drinks. The sweet, tangy taste will keep guests sipping long after the toasts.- Martha Stewart Weddings, Fall 2007
|via Simply Shredded|