Well it finally happened. The internet ate our beautiful photos. Fortunately, we kept a copy in our other online gallery, so please click on over there to see our work for weddings. portraits, and pets.
Whenever possible I offer wedding clients an engagement photo session. It allows all of us to get to know each other better. They become more comfortable with me, and I have a better understanding of how they respond in front of the camera. By the time the wedding day arrives, we’re like old friends-and that shows in the photos!
I had a great day with Lauren & Josh. Although it was late January, the temperatures were near 60 degrees on Long Island’s South Shore. The sun was shining and the wind was calm-let’s hope the weather is that lovely on their September wedding day!
Here are some of my favorites:
Jedediah Hawkins is a timeless, classic beauty-the perfect backdrop for an intimate winter wedding. I thank Sharon and Andrew for inviting me to capture their memories. Here is a first look at some of my own favorites from their celebration.
We are excited to be updating the website and blog to improve your user experience-especially those who find us through mobile devices. You may find some odd layouts, unfinished posts, and photos that are not up to our usual fine quality.
Rest assured this is only temporary. When we are finished, Vivid Visions Photo and Vivid Visions Pix will be better than ever!
Over the weekend, the Mister and I had the good fortune to lead a tour to Block Island. Dropping anchor in the favorite summer retreat was a first for us both, and we were so pleased to have the opportunity on behalf of the Southold Town Recreation Department. Of course I brought the camera, and I was quite pleased with the photo opportunities this seaside enclave offered-foggy morning notwithstanding. We were a bit concerned initially, as the weather forecast was calling for showers-imagine a boat full of nearly 70 people trying to keep dry in a cabin built for 50! I had visions of the SS Minnow (Gilligan’s Island for those of you who need the trivia book), but despite a very foggy morning, we enjoyed dry weather, and a fabulous sunset over Greenport Harbor. A rainbow at the pier welcomed us. How grand! Here are some of my favorite images from my first visit to Block Island.