Posts Tagged 'new orleans wedding photographer'
Had the pleasure to photograph for the Peterson Foundation at the Newseum a few weeks ago for the Coalition for Fiscal and National Security press event. One of my favorites from the event is Admiral Mike Mullen and Senator John Warner talking candidly backstage with Peter Peterson. Thanks to fellow photographer Ralph Alswang for recommending me.
Enjoy. – Chris
There was a lot of New Orleans folks at this destination Maui wedding and I was honored that Jenny and Mike had me travel to Hawaii to capture the day. This was my first time in Hawaii and I can say everything you see on a postcard or photo of the islands is exactly how it looks when you see it with your own eyes. Amazing. Jenny & Mike had a wonderful backyard (if I can say backyard – the view!) ceremony & reception. Special thanks to David Wittig for traveling with me to help with the photography. Enjoy. – Chris
Slideshow link – http://www.zoeicaimages.com/Jenny&Michael/
Loved this recent bridal session in the French Quarter. One of my favorites is Malia standing in front of St Louis Cathedral with tourists all around going about their day. I was just metering the light on the Leica then was going to recompose and this “happy accident” happened. Photographer Timothy Allen once said ““It can be a trap of the photographer to think that his or her best pictures were the ones that were hardest to get” Enjoy. – Chris
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