This is one of the most beautiful Mandaps I have seen. This photo was taken from an Indian Wedding Video we recently did at Gotham Hall in NYC; I mean it’s just stunning.
I’m anxious to see the new camera that is promising to change the world of photography. Lytro, a start-up company from Silicon Valley, is scheduled to release a new photographic camera later this year, The Light Field camera. This new camera will let you select focus after the photo has been taken. That’s right, there will be enough data stored in each photo that you can choose a different focus later.
The new light field camera will be marketed to the consumer market just like any other point and shoot camera.
Lytro decided to develop and market this camera and will not be licensing this technology to the big camera makers like Canon or Nikon, so don’t expect your new canon 5D Mark III to have this new and awesome feature.
Play around with the photo, and select your favorite focus point.
Last week, Danny and I headed to Hoboken NJ to take some engagement photos and video for a really nice couple. As I got there, and I started talking to Rebecca and Tommy, I found out that Tommy was not thrilled about the idea of taking pictures. He is seriously in love with Rebecca, and he was going to do anything it took to make her happy. Well, I don’t mind a few pictures, but I don’t like those sessions that go for an hour, he said, and I just smiled.
How was I supposed to tell him that our engagement sessions run for about 90 minutes without making him run to the nearest exit. Well, I did what any honest photographer would do, I didn’t tell him. We just took them for a walk in the park and let them do what they do best, love each other.
This is one handsome couple.
This is the second part of Kiran and Ankur’s engagement session at Central Park. In this second part, love is the story, a very kind and sweet couple are the main characters and the background couldn’t have been prettier. This couple is so in love, and I can’t wait for their wedding in Philadelphia.
I love engagement sessions; they are fun, relaxing and it’s a great way to get to know our couples before their big day. Our goal, first and foremost, is to make our couples feel at ease. It’s easier said than done, but that is the key to our engagement photos. Once they are in a comfortable place, we can start creating a love story.
Kiran and Ankur chose Central Park as the setting for their engagement session, and they drove all the way from Philadelphia with their dog Riley. The weather was not looking promising, and as we stepped out of the car, we felt the first couple of rain drops. Luckily the skies cleared, the sun shined down and created a beautiful bubble of light around Central Park… the rest… well just watch.