Jack asked me a while ago if I’d be interested in 2nd shooting a wedding for him.  My first reaction was to say, no way, I’m not ready, you’re crazy for asking!  But I decided to push myself, because how in the world am I going to learn, if I never set myself up to fail?  So here are some images from that day.  I know I still have a long way to go, but I had so much fun, and can’t wait for my next one!!  A HUGE thanks to Katie and Bill for letting me be a part of their special day!

The groomsmen at war with their boutonnieres  🙂
Bill seeing his bride for the first time…
Arriving at the ceremony in Minter Gardens
Vows │ Rings │ You may kiss the bride!
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  • Anonymous

    Great pics Jete!
    Andrea.ReplyCancel

  • rachel

    way to go!!! love them:) especially the detail shotsReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    The're beautifull! Especially the first two, they look kind of vintage!! Like those old franch photo's.. X LauraReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    i mean french… 😛ReplyCancel

  • Jete

    Thanks guys! I love that vintage processing too, Laura, but I don't think they would have been impressed if they got all their pics done like that… 🙂ReplyCancel

I had the priviledge of taking 40th anniversary pics for my fabulous, slightly eccentric, aunt and uncle recently.  I think eccentricity is a given in this family…
40 years of marriage is so awesome!   I love it how they still looked at eachother with a twinkle in their eyes and their playful jabs back and forth had me laughing a good part of the time.  Thanks for a wonderful evening, and I’m raising my glass in a toast to you two.  Happy Anniversary!

  • Anonymous

    Ah yes, they're the best…love them both!!

    JennyReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    Think I happen to know those two. . . what d'u mean by "eccentric"?!!!! Luv u too!ReplyCancel

Is anyone else out there getting a little sad about the fact that our winter clothes are getting frayed and old simply because we’ve had to wear them for about the last 330 days???  I am.
We had to reschedule this shoot a couple of times due to the weather, and in the end, I am SO glad we did!!  Ended up with some fabulous warm sun!  Aahhh.  Now to try and bottle that feeling…  This was my 2nd shoot with my new camera and I am soooo in love!  For the first time ever, I had a few pictures that did not need any editing.  What a great feeling!  Rebecca & Gary, I had a blast with you guys, and your kids are absolutely adorable!  Thanks again!

and my fave…

  • Andrea DV

    Great job Jete! you rocked it, i especially love the first two 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Rebecca neels

    Thanks so much Jete!! I ♥ them all, and my fave is that last one too.ReplyCancel

I did this shoot in the same afternoon as the other 2 grads, and I love how different they were.  We tried to find some locations to suit her retro dress, and I played with some vintage processing for fun.  She was so relaxed in front of the camera and we got some great shots.

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  • Elena

    love these ones too – the downtown stores are perfect for this style of pictures! Kath you look beautiful 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Beth

    love them Jete! the vintage action suits them perfectly! can't wait for my turn 😉ReplyCancel

  • LeanneM

    Nice job! Love the vintage look 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Annemarie

    I love these pictures, Jete! You definitely have the right location in mind for the mood and style of her dress. This would be my choice were I graduating this year. She looks great in all of these shots, great job!ReplyCancel

Glad i can finally get some more pics up on the blog!!  I had so much fun shooting these two yummy little M&Ms (along with a vintage beauty, which will hopefully follow along shortly…)  Enjoy!!

Getting ready
And off to town for some fun!

 

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  • Alice dv

    ah-MAZ-ing! LOVE! great job jete!ReplyCancel

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