Monthly Archives: April 2013

Rhinecliff Hotel Wedding: Nadia and Jerry

I loved photographing Nadia and Jerry’s wedding at The Rhinecliff Hotel. For those of you who don’t know, The Rhinecliff is a beautiful boutique country hotel that sits right on the bank of the Hudson River. It is a wonderful location for a Dutchess County wedding. The hotel is conveniently located a couple of steps...

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  • Zahida KhanLove ’em all .. u did a fabulous job capturing the true essence of Nadia n Jerry on their wedding day

    Love ur style 🙂

John, Beth, and Rhea: Hudson Valley Baby and Family Photographer

First rule of photographing babies: determine approximately how many memory cards you will need for the shoot, multiply that number by 3, bring those and add a few extras! A baby’s expression changes instantaneously. You need to shoot a lot in order to get good pictures. Beth and John are dear friends of mine and...

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    Elizabeth Richard Handbags and Accessories: Spring/Summer 2013

    It’s always fun to work with small business owners because they bring so much energy and passion to our shoots. They’ve invested so much energy, talent, time, money, and thought into making their products perfect. It’s really inspiring to see. I am a small business owner as well, and I know firsthand the investment that...

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    • PegI love my Elizabeth Richard bags! (Yes, I said bags…because I have three of them!!) The fabrics and embellishments are always really interesting and the bags themselves are super functional, but still fun. These photos capture them perfectly!

    • JenYou’re so talented! Wish I could be a fly on the wall sometime so watch how you work with light!!

    Studio and Location Lighting

    Now that it is getting a little warmer out (albeit slowly!) I was anxious to break free from the walls of my studio and do some location shoots. I had three goals for this shoot:  to shoot in the studio and in various locations that I previously scouted  spend only 20 minutes in each location...

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    • JenSuch great work Peter! Love how soft the lighting is in the studio – it’s a perfect compliment to the outdoor lighting. And really nice locations!

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