When you’re a wedding photographer there is always some sort of wrinkle on the wedding day. It could be a wide variety of issues or unforeseen circumstances. For Vince and Nadege’s intimate ceremony in West Palm Beach it was rain. A lot of rain.
Edwin and Jaime’s wedding was supposed to have had their wedding set to the backdrop of the dramatically tapered mountains of St. Lucia, the cool ocean breeze flowing in and out of the ceremony and a little bit of leftover Christmas spirit. Covid had other plans for them as it did for many others in 2020, but while they couldn’t have their destination wedding, they still had their Coronavirus wedding here in Florida. While they couldn’t have their wedding that they originally planned for, they had each other and their love and that was more than enough for them.
For a while I was trying different bags and harnesses trying to find something that would work for me as a wedding and sports photographer. I had all but given up hope trying to find something to make my shooting days easier on my back and shoulders and that was when I was introduced to the SpiderPro camera holster by Spider Holster. It revolutionized the way I photographed weddings and sporting events.
I can’t believe it has been a year already since my Costa Rica wedding. I can still picture everything as if it was yesterday. It was one of those things you never forget. It was and still is one of the greatest days I’ve ever had. No matter how bad of a day I’m having, I just have to remember my bride walking down the aisle to the Imperial March by Star Wars and my day is instantly better.
Some couples opt for an extravaganza for a wedding while others, like Timitra and Ed, prefer a more intimate wedding. Their wedding was the perfect intimate wedding as only their closest family and friends were there to experience their special day. And of course I was honored to be there capturing the moments just as I had photographed their engagement session just a few weeks prior to their wedding.