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sara and michael.

23 Sep 2010

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Back in January 2010, my friends Sara and Michael got married in a small ceremony down at the City Clerk’s office.  There were just six of us: the happy couple, along with their friends Claudia and Sarah as witnesses, Sarah’s husband Augusto, and yours truly, the photographer.  After the ceremony, we walked over the Brooklyn Bridge, where, at about the midway point, we popped open a bottle of Veuve Cliquot (shhhh!) and toasted to the bride and groom.  Once we got to Brooklyn, there were impromptu drinks at the River Cafe in Dumbo, and then we headed back to the city to have dinner at Freeman’s.  And finally it was back to the East Village for the reception at their cozy little apartment, where whiskey and champagne flowed till late in the evening (early in the morning?  Which phrase demonstrates a positive or negative outlook?).

As it was my first experience as a wedding photographer, I’ll say just a couple of things: For one thing, it’s really quite difficult to walk backwards on the Brooklyn Bridge, trying to dodge pedestrians while you’re wielding three different cameras and trying to get a nice action shot of the wedding party.  And secondly: whiskey consumption makes for … interesting photography.   Whiskey Vision Wedding Photography — I should start a business.

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