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Ashley & Michael – their wedding day – Madison Hotel, NJ

With Ashley and Brian’s photo session, I already knew that photographing their wedding would be a treat. They are adorably endearing as a couple. And when  family and friends are all friendly, it all helps to make photographing the wedding an energizing experience. It translated very well with the photography on the day. I’ll just let the images stand for themselves.

The interior or The Madison Hotel lends itself to interesting romantic portraits of the couple, including the train carriage. The classic look of the decor also adds to the overall look of these photos. With that, I am quite proud of the portraits of this photogenic couple.

Ashley and Brian, thank you – it was an honor being invited as your wedding photographer. Best wishes for the future.

to see more, view the album of photos on Facebook

the wedding experts:
officiant: Reverend Kelly
reception venue: Madison Hotel, NJ
DJ: MMP Entertainment

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Crystal September 1, 2012 at 8:55 am

Beautiful. Beautiful. Beautiful. So interested in a workshop anytime you are in/near the Charlotte area!!

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2 koppy September 11, 2012 at 10:59 am

So nice! I Really like it!

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3 Jeanene June 3, 2015 at 4:31 pm

I am a photographer and I have been doing more weddings. I have a Cannon70D and 580EXII. I do have bracket to have the flash up and off the camera. I hate using high ISO I always like to stay under the 800. I see all these beautiful pictures in the 1600-3200 range and I love them. When I see that i should be doing that I get afraid of way to much noise. Your pictures are beautiful. How would I achieve better lighting? What would be the recommended settings to use? Thanks Photography By Jeanene

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4 Neil June 3, 2015 at 10:31 pm

Jeanene – here’s an article on my Tangents blog with a lot of techie info, covering much of what you are asking about.

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