Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Daniel & Kenzie

Love the frame......

Love the high key.....

Love the vintage......

Love the depth of field........

This is what they chose for their invitations.
For more engagement photos of Daniel & Kenzie, go HERE.

10 comments:

Scott said...

Very cute couple. I also looked at the bridals of Kenzie and have to say she is a character, in a great way. I love the place you found with all the old antique stuff and "junk". Nice job on both of these.

Stacey Dawn said...

What great images! I adore them...and that must have been so fun to create them with them!

Blogful said...

I just love how they turned out. I got my invitation the other day and was SO impressed. Can I hire you?

A Life In Focus Photography said...

i love the whole series!!! did you use your fill flash here?

Liss said...

I've been wanting to do a photo with a photo frame for some time now. The one you took looks great. I am also loving high key work at the moment. I got to do some high key stuff with a baby not so long ago and love the results.

These 2 look a lovely couple.

Karen said...

For those of you who asked, I alternated between fill flash, a friend holding a gold reflector and nothing. It was a day that was sunny, dark and overcast and rainy, all within minutes so I tried to adjust with the weather. Thanks for all the lovely comments. And yes, they are a lovely couple

A Life In Focus Photography said...

i need a reflector. i believe i tend to underexpose,then end up with saturated tones and some noise. i find my best shots are with a tad of flash, but flash is still new to me and i don't trust myself yet. so maybe reflector...

A Life In Focus Photography said...

Karen, when you do a couple what is a safe aperture to have both in focus and sharp. i have spent too much time with one person and shooting wide open. not so good with a couple...

Saratoga Six said...

Your photos are so amazing. I LOVE these photos. Like portraits painted or something. Adorable couple too.

Don said...

I'm sure they loved these portraits!
Good job!