Posts Tagged 'destination wedding photographer'

June 30, 2015

Well it’s been a little while in the making….  A new wedding website finally!

Same name – www.zoeicaimages.net . Now with updated photographs and wedding photography information.

And now two professional wedding photographers , myself and Washington D.C. photographer Jessica Del Vecchio.

Enjoy!  –  Chris

documentary wedding photography

March 14, 2014

Mary Laura and Tom were married at Christ Church on St Charles ave in New Orleans, LA. The reception was held at the Southern Yacht Club on Lake Ponchartrain.

Christ Church has always been one of my favorite New Orleans churches to photograph in, just love the wood interior. Thanks to Mike Lirette for helping me with the photography.

Enjoy. – Chris

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August 19, 2013

“A toast is a ritual in which a drink is taken as an expression of honor or goodwill”

Some of the best toasts I’ve heard were at this wedding.

Leica M9P with 21mm.

Enjoy. – Chris

virginia wedding photography

June 25, 2013

The preparation, the excitement, the nervousness, the anticipation, the door opens soon.

Enjoy. – Chris

the anticipation of a bride waiting for ceremony

May 1, 2012

Going to Paris as a photographer is mesmerizing and overwhelming at the same time. I had not been to Paris since I was little, and I was way too young to remember. Most of the photos were of me sleeping here and there in front a famous monument.

As a photographer what do you photograph if you have never held your camera up to this city before? I looked through “Yvon’s Paris” before going and realized pretty quickly there is nothing in Paris that has not been captured by some form of glass before. Yvon’s images set the standard and as a photographer we are pretty much intruding on his streets, his canals, his glimpses of Parisian life. Yet I made my attempt to capture Paris. Paris the way I saw it with just one camera (Leica M8) and one lens(35mm Summicron). Enjoy, – Chris