Posts Tagged 'louisiana photographer'

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 13, 2013

One of my favorite moments from last week’s wedding.

Enjoy. – Chris

washington DC wedding photography

May 1, 2013

Days leading up to this wedding had the weather as being real bad the day of the wedding. Luckily Southern weather is constantly changing as the bad weather stayed away until the very end of the day. The Burrus House is just a great location for a wedding. The Bride & Groom drove away in this car at the end of the night. More later!

Enjoy. – Chris

burrus house benoit mississippi wedding photography

May 1, 2013

Wonderful wedding at the Elms Mansion on St Charles Ave in New Orleans. Love their expressions as they walked back up the aisle. More soon!

Enjoy. – Chris

elms mansion new orleans wedding photography

April 30, 2013

Lucky enough to get the chance to photograph a crop duster in Belzoni, Mississippi while heading to the Jackson MS Airport. The weather was not looking good so I was surprised to see some out. I just love the sound of their engines, the high pitch hum right before they come into view above the tree tops.

Enjoy. – Chris

crop duster aircraft photography mississippi delta

April 23, 2013

Amazing spring weather in New Orleans for this wedding at the House of Blues. The bride & groom second lined right after the ceremony in the Voodoo Garden to the Parish for the wedding reception.

Enjoy. – Chris

new orleans house of blues wedding

April 11, 2013

Hundreds of people and possibly hundreds of tripods,early morning sunrise,traffic. Name three things I normally dislike. However this was my first time seeing the Cherry Blossoms in bloom in Washington DC around the tidal basin. Amazing how many people get out to see this! Instead of focusing on the blooms I found it way more interesting to focus on the people,the amateur and professional photographers, the rows of tripods, the daily joggers, the clearly annoyed cyclists, the business travelers in flight, the folks going to work attempting to avoid the tourists.

Enjoy. – Chris

washington dc documentary photorapher

documentary photography washington dc and new orleans photography

April 10, 2013

Little behind on a Monochrome post this week. I was photographing a convention in New Orleans at the Roosevelt Hotel and when I saw this image from across the room all I could think of was “Moon Over Bourbon St”. The lighting was just right.

“There’s a moon over Bourbon Street tonight
I see faces as they pass beneath the pale lamplight
I’ve no choice but to follow that call
The bright lights, the people, and the moon and all
I pray everyday to be strong
For I know what I do must be wrong
Oh you’ll never see my shade or hear the sound of my feet
While there’s a moon over Bourbon Street” – Sting

Enjoy. – Chris

roosevelt hotel new orleans event photography

March 26, 2013

At least one of these two prints have been chosen to be displayed at the “DC As I See It” Exhibit at the Leica Store in Washington DC. The gallery opening is March 30th from 7pm-9pm. Stop by if you’re in the DC area! Exhibit runs through April. Can’t wait to see the gallery myself, for sure to have many talented DC photographer’s images on display!

Technical details – Both images created in DC with the Leica M9 using 35mm (people fishing) and 135mm (VH-60 helicopter) lenses. Processed in Adobe Lightroom adding my own custom monochrome preset. Both photographs printed on Epson Exhibition Fiber paper using an Epson Printer.

Enjoy. – Chris

presential helicopter washington Dc photography fishing in the tidal basin washington dc photography

February 18, 2013

So I’m going to attempt to post a monochrome image every Monday. Here goes nothing! I figured this image was fitting for President’s Day.

VH-60 Presidential United States of America helicopter