Lindsay’s Papa walks her down the “aisle” at Glencoe Cove-Kwatsech Park, a cool little spot overlooking the water.
These rings sat, believe it or not, on the top of my chest freezer. I love how moving closer or farther away can completely change a shot.
Lindsay, looking fabulous, steps into the limo to get married.
Aw . . . smooshies!
“YES! We did it!”
Take a party of six good-looking twentysomethings to a park in full formals, put ’em on a gigantic octopus, and you get some noticed.
Bride, in her wedding dress, at a playground, on a swing? Yup.
I’m so tickled that Lindsay and Robert let me take them to Gyro Park. Much fun was had.
Lindsay and her bridesmaids, Chelsea (left) and Katie (right), dance during a bit of downtime.
I’m pretty sure I was hearing strains of “Ain’t no party like an S Club party” while I shot this.
I’ve wanted to shoot at these chairs for a while.
I’m glad I was able to, and especially with these two. They make random beach furniture look gooood.
Canon EOS 550D (T2i) · Sigma 10-20mm F3.5 EX DC HSM
10 mm · 1/40 s · f/8 · ISO 1600
Strobist: Canon 430EX II, 1/8 power, 12′ camera left, remote triggered, Canon 430EX II, 1/8 power, 12′ camera right, remote triggered
Ah, the bouquet toss. Always the source of some amusement.
Canon EOS 550D (T2i) · Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L USM
90 mm · 1/160 s · f/8 · ISO 1600
Strobist: Canon 430EX II, 1/16 power, 12′ behind camera, remote triggered, Canon 430EX II, 1/8 power, 12′ in front of camera, remote triggered
First dance with Papa.
Some of the sweetest moments of the entire day.
Makeup: Andrea Campbell
Ceremony: Glencoe Cove-Kwatsech Park
Officiant: Brenda Hay
Reception: Victoria Edelweiss Club
Florist: Kenmar Flower Farm