A friend of Cam‘s from Penfield High School, Cassandra asked me to do her senior portraits. Since she loves to hike, camp, walk trails, we hit a local park and played in the stream for a bit before heading downtown to her favorite hangout at Java’s (next to the Eastman school).
Archive: August, 2011
I’m really excited to post these photos, as they have been a couple weeks in the making. When Taylor approached me for senior portraits and told me she was a swimmer, I was pumped about the awesome creative possibilities this afforded. All my senior portrait sessions are personalized for each client, and this was a no-brainer.
Consider this my introduction to my availability to do underwater photography in Rochester. I acquired a housing for my DSLR right before this shoot so I am excited to use it. We did the session in two parts- the usual awesome, unique portraits on dry land (some next to the pool), and underwater portraits
Here is probably the best senior portrait I’ve ever done:
Seriously, I have the most awesome clients possible. April and Brendan have such a great group of friends and family, it makes my job really easy. It was fun to watch on facebook their anticipation for the wedding build as the day approached. Once finally here, they were just smiles, laughs and happy all day.
This wedding I was assisted by Kristina Juodyte (from photokisses.com). April and Brendan got ready at their respective parents’ homes, followed by the rather warm ceremony at Community Chrisitan Church (where they met!), and reception at Casa Larga Vineyards.
A unique aspect of this wedding was there was a “best maid” (Brendan’s long time friend) and “man of honor” (April’s brother). The best man and maid of honor were of opposite gender, in case you’re confused about the one guy or girl in the bridal party shots