JAMIECARDER

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September 18th

Sunday, September 18, 2011

So today has been about as nonproductive physically as it gets. After 8 hours of being on my feet yesterday (except for driving from one location to the next), my body was begging for a break today. Tomorrow, however, I will be back in full force once again.

The wedding shoot was loads of fun. We ended up not having time to do any stylized shots so everything was pretty much the classic, formal poses. I still got some great pictures though... I ended up with over 400 shots that I'm going through, weeding down, and editing. I've managed to get about 50 fully edited today and have pretty much weeded out all of the unusable shots.

I did miss the "kiss" shot, but that was out of my control. The Bride's 9-year old nephew (who I've known for 3 years) decided to get in the way so I couldn't get it. She was disappointed, but not with me - she told him that he needed to stay out of my way to begin with. I got some other great kissing pics though so she's still happy.

As promised, I figured I'd give ya'll a preview of a couple of my favorites so far:






Jacqueline - I did get your favorite shot and it turned out beautifully! If anyone wants to see more photos as I add them (there are already more posted), you can visit my Sophisticated Snapshots Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/sophist
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I hope ya'll enjoyed the photos! :)
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  • AEHEGE
    You surely captured the essence of the moment! Great shots!
    2948 days ago
  • WORTHEYMOM
    gourgeous! Love the photos!
    2948 days ago
  • no profile photo LADYGREENEYES
    Beautiful! Can't wait to see the final shots! Really glad you had fun, and a good phone day emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2948 days ago
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