Sunday, August 13, 2006

Congrats Seth and Hannah McAllister!

My long time buddy Seth McAllister was married yesterday to his wonderful and beautiful bride Hannah Bisagni! The ceremony and reception were beautiful and lots of fun, but the best part is that they wanted TONS of photos! Bethany and I shot so much at this wedding and we had some amazing locations! After the ceremony we headed to a classic upstate New York mansion and got some incredible photos of everyone, then after the reception we headed downtown New York in a limo to get some late night photos! That was my first time in New York, so what an incredible experience it was. I'm really enjoying this city. Were staying 1 block from central park, and the next two days were exploring the city! Fun!

***CLICK HERE*** for a slideshow of the wedding day!
And here are a few shots too:






Don't forget to check out the *SLIDESHOW*!

5 Comments:

Anonymous dave said...

great wedding shots Blaine! looks like you did a good job.. just wondering what your preffered laens is for your wedding photography?? cheers :)

8/14/2006 3:00 AM  
Blogger blaine said...

Hey Dave! Thanks man!

The 2 lenses I use most are a 24-70 2.8 and a 70-200 2.8. But I sometimes whip out the 15 fisheye, a 100 macro, and a 16-35 2.8 too! It's way to hard to stick with one or two lenses! :)

8/14/2006 5:38 AM  
Blogger Bob Cacho said...

You and Bethany did a wonderful job - awesome shots! I like the goofing around poses, very creative. Did you use a chair or ladder for those looking up shots?

8/14/2006 6:33 AM  
Blogger Amy June said...

The slideshow is beautiful!

8/14/2006 10:36 AM  
Blogger manky said...

ug... if (& when) I ever get married... I'm so going to hav eto give you guys a call, (and a reason to re-visit the 'Hood!)

meanwhile... gotsta talk to you about cameras, and your recent change/choice to Canon digi-slr...

email me?! (@amancay.com if an email isn't in my blogger profile)

8/14/2006 11:22 PM  

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