stephanie & quinn: engagement

This post sizzled so much it took down my host server for about 40 hours. Total true story. Good thing Purr Design had a killer fire extinguisher to distinguish.

Seriously, though, I’m looking forward to Stephanie & Quinn’s wedding next summer. Cute couple, indeed.
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Photo Geek Note: “Never get complacent,” I remind myself as I am fearful of doing the same thing, over and over. As of late, I’ve been taking on a whole new way of doing things… and I’m pretty stoked about the results. From a client interaction perspective, not much has changed in the last few years. However, from a workflow and shooting perspective, being as efficient and creative as possible on each shoot has been a rewarding challenge. Shooting RAW, culling in Photo Mechanic, leveraging the power of Lightroom 3, and garnishing with a bit of Photoshop has proven, once again, there’s never a single button that can do the job right. How long has this process taken? At least a year of constant learning, workshop attending, portfolio critiques, client reviews, software and workflow experimentation, and personal reflection. The key? Keeping it simple and staying true to what I love has culminated in a solid sense of style and purpose which I am proud to share with you.

6 Responses to “stephanie & quinn: engagement”

  1. Stacy Norton — July 21, 2010 @ 6:38 pm (#)

    those are beautiful!!!! Still wish you could do our wedding but like i said when you did our engagement… maybe in a few years when he have something else to celebrate we can have you shoot us lol 3 more weeks til the big day! WOOT!

  2. Michelle Love-Myers — July 21, 2010 @ 7:03 pm (#)

    Awesome work RJ! You did a beautiful job with the light in all of these. Love it!

  3. Stephanie — July 22, 2010 @ 9:45 am (#)

    Thanks RJ!!! I love them!

  4. Danielle Bothwell — July 22, 2010 @ 9:54 am (#)

    STUNNING! These are beautiful; love the lighting, poses, location, close ups and the models are pretty cute too!

  5. Julie Vrabel — July 22, 2010 @ 2:35 pm (#)

    I absolutely love these pictures! I love how modern and artistic they are, they go perfect with the entire theme of your wedding! You both look very happy and cute together! Great job RJ! Ha the shadow picture is very you two… especially stephanie… 🙂

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