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Lighting: Flashpoint w/ beauty dish and natural Processing: in
Couple: @鸿博彩票网址alyssak212 @鸿博彩票网址rishtyl
Tuxedo ParkVenue: @鸿博彩票网址artfactorypaterson
Wedding Planner/Coordinator: @鸿博彩票网址detailedeventsbylo
Caterer and Cake: @鸿博彩票网址fairlawnjccatering @鸿博彩票网址main_event_mauzone
The first look and ceremony were held in the Hemp space on the 4th floor. The sunlight poured in from the skylight and created a beautiful focused beam on them as they came together and saw each other for the first time. That is now one of my favorite photos ever.
One thing that will always stand out about this wedding is the fun everyone had on the dance floor. I saw some maneuvers out there that would shame most choreographers.
Thank you so much, again, for having us along for the ride!
I’ve had my photography studio space at The Art Factory since the summer of 2016 and have seen it grow into not only raw space for a variety of projects, but now it also hosts a wide variety of events.
If you are interested in having your event there, give them a shout .
Makeup and hair for this shoot was handled by Nicole Sacco. Wonderful job, Nicole!
The location for our shoot together was the incomparable
Set Design and Chris Sztybel
Hair and Wardrobe Styling:
Models Lisa and Chris of
White boots and men’s shoes
Photographer: located in Paterson, New Jersey ()
Hair/Makeup: located in Paterson, New Jersey ()
As we made our way through the numerous spaces, we happened to find a board game of “The Office”. We’re all fans of the show and found it funny and extremely random considering the age of the game. We borrowed the playing pieces of Jim & Pam for a shot you will see below.
The fourth floor of the site is decked out with a wall of Edison light bulbs, string lighting and newly installed skylights. Here’s a sneak peak of both of them in the environment they will be celebrating in come September of 2019.
A little back story about the equipment used on this shoot. I’ve been using the Sony a7r II for a few years now in conjunction with vintage prime lenses. I’ve also been using for quite a while now.
Since I hadn’t used a couple of my tools of the trade in a while, I brought along my 58mm Helios f/2.0 and prism. I like the organic characteristics of both of these tools. So many modern lenses have zero personality. They’ve been refined to death and come across totally blah.