Griffin Photography Museum Wedding, Winchester, MA :: Erin + Jeffrey (Part V)

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Hola! Both computers are running at top speed processing the plethora of amazing wedding and engagement shoots I've been photographing recently so it's time for a little blog post. I think we were just up to the end of cocktail hour when we snuck outside for a few twilight pictures. I think I'll show you a few more before we head back inside for Erin & Jeffrey's pretty spectacular wedding reception at the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA.

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Love these two:

Here's Jeffrey and his Grandfather. It can be sometimes challenging to do outdoor portraits in the dark but not when you have a D3s camera :) so I shot this one at ISO 4000 f/2.8 1/60. A pop of video light illuminated my subjects and the slow shutter speed gave me the night glow of the ambient light from the museum:

Of course there are lots more spectacular details for you to feast your eyes on...Erin had beautiful little votive holders with the little robot logo on them:

When I first heard about the robot centerpieces I struggled to visualise them and then I saw them in all their glory and was in awe of Erin's mad robot-making skills:

Speaking of robots, here's the cake topper:

DIY ribbon escort card board:

A most excellent first dance:

Jeffrey's Best Man Frank toasted the newlyweds:

Erin's sister and Maid of Honor brought tears to everyone's eyes and rounded off her toast with laughter:

Erin danced with her Dad and Jeffrey danced with his Mom:

Cake cutting. Actually Julia, my second shooter, got this angle on the cake cutting and I thought I'd post it as she has a fondness for cake:

Erin & Jeffrey's last dance. I couldn't help but giggle when I noticed Susan and Colleen dancing like crazy in the background:

And that's it for the most amazing robot-theme wedding I think I will ever have the honor and pleasure to photograph. Erin & Jeffrey - you have been so wonderful to work with and I wish you so much love, laughter, health and happiness in your life together. Thank you for choosing me to be your wedding photographer.

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Tracy Dapp said...

LOVE the robot centerpieces!!

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