Denise and Chris wedding | Scranton wedding photographers

Love can be found in a lot of places on a wedding day. It can found in the the vows and the look a husband-to-be gives his bride-to-be at the altar. It can be found in the long hug from a dad to his little girl. It can also be found in the details and the extraordinary effort some couples go through to produce meaningful, beautiful and treasured little touches on their wedding days. I am continually amazed at some of the ideas and the execution of some of these things.

Then Denise showed up and took this thing to a whole new level. As Chris and others were explaining to me on her wedding day, Denise did a mountain of work to prepare all of the little touches and the beautiful style of the wedding. I’ll stop talking so you can check them out and know that the bar continues to be raised.

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Alicia and Bobby wedding details | Scranton wedding photographers

There is really no part of photography I don’t love, especially wedding photography. I’ve talked about it a little before and the number of disciplines you need to master to do it really well. You need photojournalism skills, fashion photography skills, people skills and macro skills. And mastering them takes time. I’m comfortable in most of them but if I was honest, macro was probably not my favorite. I like people, so taking photos of flowers and rings and stuff was maybe not my favorite part. But I’ve been doing my homework. It’s important and now I’m really starting to see the joy in it.

So in this blog post, I wanted to offer a few tips on how to produce some of the trickier shots at weddings, the ring shots. They’re important. Don’t kid yourself into thinking as long as you have a shot of them, it’s good enough. They are as important as every other moment you capture, so treat them that way.

So how do you get good ones?

1. Get a macro lens. I hate to just tell you buy an expensive piece of equipment but you need one to really do them right. In the absense of one, use your fastest lens and open the aperture as wide as possbile. A shallow depth of field is often what puts the focus on the rings and not something else.

2. Clarity. Make sure the image or section of the ring that you want to be sharp is uncompromisingly sharp. It’s not always easy with a macro lens and it can be tough to trust the LCD on your camera. Do whatever you need to steady the camera and nail the focus.

3. Light, light, light. Nail the lighting. As a general rule of thumb, use sidelight to give your shots texture, but use whatever you have available to you and get creative. A great place to start for those just getting going in their photography is put the rings on a window sill and let them bathe on the glow of window light.

The shots below were lit with an Ice Light, which is designed by photographer Jerry Ghi0nis. It’s got a ton of uses but I get he most out of it when shooting details. It mimics window light and really does a good job.

So here are just a couple examples of some of the ring shots I got a little while back at Bobby and Alicia’s spectacular wedding.

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Steve senior portraits | Scranton portrait photographers

I tend to break a lot of rules. I’m not really crazy about them, and I’m not all that wild abut being told what to do. I supposes that’s why most of the stuff I enjoy doing tends to be creative with the ability to explore a little and figure out what looks good, sounds right and feels perfect.

That can be a real gift in photography – and sometimes a real curse. As a background, I have no formal training when it comes to photography. What I know and what Bob knows has come through figuring it out as we go. When we moved into a studio space, we did so before we had any studio equipment. Forget the fact that neither of us had ever actually worked with any studio equipment. But we did get the equipment and would spend time from 1 a.m. to 4 a.m.  in our new studio practicing and learning how to use the equipment. No one told us the light goes here and the other light goes there. Our experience with studio photography was basically what we had seen on our own senior shoots.

It turns out that was a blessing because we were freed from the chains of  “you must do it this way” and allowed to experiment  to see what happened if we moved a light here or shot from this angle. There was a learning curve. Believe me, there was a learning curve and probably some embarrassing moments, but we kept pushing and trying and asking questions. Now, studio work is some of my favorite stuff to do. It’s not unusal to see us laying on the ground outside of our bay doors taking a photo. I have not seen a lot of studio photographers do that by the way. Sometimes our ideas fail. No question about it. Sometimes they don’t, and those are the times that are really exciting.

So we wanted to share a few photos from Steve’s recent senior session. There are some different angles and some shots you won’t typically see in a studio. In one case, we just took him away from the background and leaned him up against a kinda dirty (sorry Steve) metal door to get a different look. For us, our favorite questions is “What happens if we do this?” A lot of times we don’t know the answer, but a lot of times we like the result.

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Kim and Chuck backyard wedding | Scranton wedding photographers

Ahhhh backyard weddings. Don’t you just love them? I do. They are so warm and comfortable and just have a different vibe about them. I was just flipping through Kim and Chuck’s wedding photos from last month and I realized what an amazing day it was. First, Chuck has a few toys – like a bike and a plane – so that made taking photos a bit different and amazing. Second, the setting was just so beautiful with all these great little touches and details. Throw in the love of a big family and it’s about as close as you can come to a perfect day. So we don’t want to try to do a post that captured just parts of the day. Instead, below are a bunch of photos I think capture the feel of the whole thing. We hope you enjoy them as much as we enjoyed spending the day with our friends in the backyard.

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Megan and Michael wedding at Scranton Cultural Center | Scranton wedding photographers

In a previous post we had some shots of Michael just killing it with the band onstage at the Scranton Cultural  Center. Well it turns out he and his beautiful bride Megan take a pretty nice portrait as well. Michael got ready at the Hilton Scranton. It’s a great place to grab a few portraits because there are some cool mirrors and nice light hanging around if you know where to look. I really love some of the shots Bob got there. Megan got ready at her mom’s house. Again, nice light + beautiful bride = hard to miss.

I always find it funny going back looking at portraits. Megan’s look very serene and quiet. Meanwhile to her left is her entire bridal party and parents and anyone else who was there watching the photos get done. Oh and a quick thank you to Megan’s mom who was so remarkably welcoming. I rearranged quite a bit of furniture in the house to be able to position Megan where I thought the photos would turn out the best. I tried to put everything back exactly where I found it, but I am by no means an interior decorator so if I missed anything I’m really, really, sorry.;)

Here are some of the portraits from throughout the day. Enjoy.

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Alicia and Bobby Westmoreland Club wedding | Wilkes-Barre wedding photographers

It seems everyone does photojournalism now for weddings. That’s probably a good thing. Lord knows we do a majority of our work that way. Photos that look too set up or posed are not exactly what people are looking for. The last thing you want is someone stopping in the middle of a cake cutting to pose for a quick shot. The moment is gone the second they turn to focus on you.

But is there still room for the posed shot? Hell yes, there is. Portraits are a huge part of our business. But what we don’t want them to be is two people staring into the lens of the camera – except in really rare instances. What we want is to capture a mood or a moment, but one that we control. They should almost look like we snapped a private moment. That’s kind of the trick. There are all sorts of disciplines involved in this but it’s a little fashion photography and a little portrait photography all rolled up into one.  Not long ago, we shot Alicia and Bobby’s wedding at the Westmoreland Club in Wilkes-Barre. It was a great setting for some portraits with a ton of dark wood and stained glass and unreal light. So we took them before the reception and wandered around to get their portraits. We love how they come out. And we’d love to hear what you think.

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Denise and Chris Hillside Farms wedding | Wilkes-Barre wedding photographers

Well here’s a quick turnaround post for everyone. We shot a wedding over the weekend for friends Denise and Chris at The Lands at Hillside Farms in Shavertown. What a beautiful setting that is for a wedding. There were hay bales for chairs and antique decorations in the home, welcoming families and so much love and thought put into the day’s details it would blow your mind. Yes, Denise is a crafter – and an exceptionally talented one. The love these two have for each other just permeated the grounds all day in all of the little touches you could find everywhere you turned.

Normally we would do a post on just the ceremony or just the reception, and maybe we will come back to that in some other posts, but we wanted to give you a feel for what a wonderful day this was by just selecting some of our favorite images and moments from the day. There were plenty, including Denise and Chris reading letters from each other, but separated only by a wall. They didn’t see each other, but we thought it would be cool if they were close and able to talk to each other without actually seeing each other. It was such a moving moment. We hope you enjoy the photos!

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Jen and Joe Long Beach Island engagement | Scranton wedding photographers

Well, I can say I’ve been to the beach this summer. Wooohooo! Bob and I got back recently from Long Beach Island for some engagement photos for our new friends Jen and Joe. LBI is their spot, so we figured let’s go do your photos there. I’m not afraid to say it. Best decision ever! Wow, what an unbelievable day of hanging out and laughing and just having a great time. Joe is a bit of a photographer himself so that just added to the fun.

I seriously could go on and on about the day, but let’s just say that shooting on the beach and parks and areas on LBI is spectacular. Throw in Jen and Joe, who were so easy to work with and willing to try some new things, and it just ends up being an ideal day.  I got to watch Bob get drenched by a wave trying to get a shot he wanted. That was a total bonus. It was less of a bonus watching him walk around in shorts with his skinny chicken legs flailing all over the place but sometimes you have to pay a high price to get the photos you want.

Seriously, we really love the photos that came from their day and hope they like them as much as we do. Thanks again guys for inviting us into a part of your lives that is so special to you. We are deeply appreciative.

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Lauren and Mike New York City engagement | Scranton wedding photographers

This summer has been so nice. Bob and I have been lucky enough to do a little traveling and to have couples gracious enough to invite us to amazing places to take photos. One weekend it was the beach and another New York City.  Not surprisingly we love New York. I mean, who doesn’t, and as a photographer it’s just an incredible place to shoot.  It’s also super easy to get distracted there. Fortunately, we had Lauren and Mike as our guides and there were some places they wanted to have photos done.  What an incredible couple and they were so gracious in showing us around. Every time I go to New York I feel like “Yeah, I know this place and know my way around,” and then I find myself someplace I’ve never been.  Thank God for Lauren and Mike because I wouldn’t have gotten three blocks from Penn Station. I wanted to shoot everywhere.

So we visited some cool places, stopped along the way to shoot. We hit some spots that are recognizable and some spots that maybe aren’t, but have great meaning to Lauren and Mike. It was all part of a great day, strolling a great city with great people. Here are a few of the shots.

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Jessica and Mark anniversary | Scranton wedding photographers

I feel like I should title this post “A Day at the Farm with Friends.”

It was a year ago that Bob and I stepped onto Spring Hills Farm for Jessica and Mark’s wedding and were treated to a day unlike a lot we have ever seen. Every time we talk about it, we keep coming back to the same word – community. It just had that feel. It wasn’t a daylong celebration. It was a week of people traveling sometimes insane distances to be part of two people committing themselves to each other. The details, the ceremony, the speeches were all, of course, beautiful. But it was the gathering of a tribe of friends and family and the absolute immersion in the celebration that struck us.

So we went back!

A couple of weeks ago we found ourselves on the farm again, visiting with Mark and Jessica and sharing some laughs and some memories and yes, grabbing to a few photos along the way. It’s funny because the photos were just what we did between telling and retelling our memories from their wedding. It was easy to fall back into that sense of community. A sincere thank you to Jessica and Mark for inviting us to be a part of your life together.

Oh yeah – and congratulations to Jessica and Mark for having their wedding featured on yet another blog! This time on Beauty & Lifestyle Bride.

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Megan and Michael wedding | Scranton wedding photographers

Who doesn’t love a guy who can sing? We all like to hum a bar or two in the shower, but I’m talking about a guy who can stand up in front of a room, grab a mic, take a deep breath and just kill it! Oh and do it with a killer band backing you and on your wedding day.

Michael you killed it, and I think maybe surprised a few of your guests in the process. I know Bob and I were stunned. Let me set it up for you quickly. We are at the Scranton Cultural Center over the weekend shooting the day for Megan and Michael. It was a spectacular and elegant  day that took us from St Ann’s to the Cultural Center.  Every part of the day was welcoming, sophisticated and filled with love. The party was going great and everyone was dancing and having a good time and then this. “We’d like to bring Michael up to sing a song with the band.” You never know how something like this is going to go. Usually it’s one of two ways. It’s someone singing a few hesitant notes to wild cheers or it’s something else. This was something else! This was a groom looking like he just stepped off the cover of GQ in his tux and turning into Robert Johnson. Just unreal.

I’ve talked about it before. Weddings never ever cease to surprise me. We have shot lists and schedules and timelines and then these things happen. They are moments that live forever with the couple and the guests. Some of those moments are small and often unnoticed by everyone else. And once in awhile they blow the roof off a place. This was one of those!

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Susanna and Dan wedding | Scranton wedding photographers

Do it Yourself has become so much of our lives hasn’t it? There are TV networks dedicated to it, and everyone always has a DIY project they are working on. I think it’s great, but weddings are a different scene altogether. Sure it always feels good to do something for yourself. It gives us a sense of accomplishment and those little things hold a more special place in our hearts because we put the thought and the sweat into them. Weddings go to a whole new level. The do-it-yourself details at weddings open up your family and friends to the things that are important to you. I love when couples take the time to think about those things – they always add a special feel to any wedding and say so much about the couple.

Susanna and Dan had plenty at their backyard reception. It was such a beautiful and thoughtful affair. From the family photos on the giant tree to the handmade pennants under the tent, to the mismatched chairs at the tables. They all provided this remarkable closeness with everyone there that I find it hard to explain but I know it speaks to who they are and how much love surrounded their day.

Kim and Chuck wedding | Scranton wedding photographers

So Bob sends me an email earlier today with the subject line, “easiest blog post ever.” In the text was “plane, Model A, Harley.” Yeah that pretty much sums it up. I’m not going to do a whole lot of talking in this post. I’ll let the photos do the heavy lifting. We photographed Kim and Chuck’s wedding this past weekend. We just love them. We’ve done photos for their family before, and I can’t even say we feel like part of the family. We are part of the family. In fact, while Bob and I were knocking down some food during dinner at the wedding, more than one person said, “Shouldn’t you guys be eating at the head table?” That means so much to us. We love being close to our friends and sharing in these great moments. It’s just really special. In this case, we not only had Kim and Chuck and family and friends but some pretty cool props to work with. Thanks, Chuck.

Hope you like the group shots – we can’t wait to get you the rest!

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  • July 8, 2014 - 9:44 pm

    Kim Stenlake - Hey guys, these are incredible! This is why I said we’d change our wedding date if you weren’t available. It made me a little teary to read your post, because you two really are part of our family. You’ve already been there for so many of our big moments, and we can’t wait for you to be there for more.
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    • July 9, 2014 - 8:48 pm

      bobsanchuk - Thanks so much Kim! You know we’ll be there for the next big moment. Can’t wait!ReplyCancel

  • July 28, 2014 - 12:16 am

    DevillearsJohn - Wow.. That is what the location I love. Planes and bikes..! Great stills. I am sure that your marriage life will give you the best time you ever had. Thanks for sharing this images.ReplyCancel

Maura and Eddie Waverly Country Club | Scranton wedding photographers

Sometimes I like to look at weddings like movies, stories unfolding – sometimes unpredictably – in front of you. They have a cast of characters that you love, starting with our stars – the bride and groom. And Maura and Eddie made terrific stars this past weekend.  They were incredibly gracious hosts and had a spectacular day. We can’t thank them enough for inviting us. I’ve actually known both of them since I was a kid. Maura and I grew up in the same neighborhood and rode the school bus together. Eddie and I played Little League baseball and have some  great memories together. This is a wedding I will remember for such a long time because of the strings of time that bond me to them. It just made for a really special day.

But like I said, it can be like a movie, and every great movie has a good supporting cast. And sometimes they can steal the show. Enter the kids. Family is such a huge part of Maura’s and Eddie’s lives that it was no surprise to see the children all running around and having a great time. And to watch Maura and Eddie invite them to be so involved in the day was touching and added an element to the wedding that just captured the sense of love and family.

So we wanted to show a few photos that we think capture the feel of the day, the chaos, the fun and the love.

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  • July 13, 2014 - 10:38 pm

    Delaney Lynett - Awesome!!!!!!!!!!
    They were all very funny and cool!
    I love them all!!!!!!! :]ReplyCancel

Run little man | Scranton portrait photographers

Little Colin likes to run … and run … and run … and run. Photographing kids come with their own set of special challenges, mainly they usually don’t really want to sit around and have their picture taken. And this is totally fine with us. We look at it like an atmosphere that you can’t really control because if you do, you might not get photos that really capture the joy of being a kid. Look no further than every single school photo I ever had taken. I have to find a couple of those for one of these posts. Oh my god, that’s gonna be embarrassing, curly red hair, braces, glasses. Good lord. That’s making me nervous already.

So go ahead Colin, keep running and we’ll try to keep up and get some shots.

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Alicia and Bobby Wedding Ceremony | Scranton wedding photographers

While our friends Bobby and Alicia are away on their honeymoon, we thought it might be nice to go through a few shots from their ceremony, a beautiful celebration over the weekend. We love these two. They’re such a great couple with absolutely amazing families. And that’s always the secret ingredient to some of the best weddings we see – a closeness with the couple and their friends and families. It can make for an emotional day but also a spectacular one. In fact, I hope we get to do a blog post of photos from the speeches from Bobby’s sisters and best man and the toast Alicia’s sister made. Her dad even had the mic for awhile. He may have been the showstopper. It was so engrossing, I had to focus on making sure I was taking pictures and not getting lost in his words. That’s for another time though. This was a great ceremony and here are a few shots. I’m sure we will have other posts from their wedding because every moment seemed to be a highlight.

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Gabriel baby portraits | Scranton portrait photograpghers

OK, who wants cake? Gabriel? Check!

Gabriel is a little guy Bob and I took photos of a couple weeks back. He is too cute and now he knows he really loves cake. After all the hard work of having some portraits done he dove right into the sweets. It’s always funny watching kids be allowed to eat cake and smash it into their mouths. They always start so unsure if it’s OK, but by the end it’s one giant happy mess and a little bit of sugar shock. Sorry about that mom!

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Susanna and Dan Vintage DIY Wedding | Wilkes-Barre wedding photographers

It turns out some of the lessons from my youth stuck with me. I remember the promenade, the do-si-do, the allemande and how to swing my partner. Like calculus, I had no idea if it would come in handy again. But thanks to the wonderful, and now-married, Susanna and Dan I got a refresher course over the weekend. They had such a unique wedding! Along with all sorts of beautiful and handmade touches that made up a huge part of their wedding, they had a band – and a caller – and square dancing. It was amazing! Apparently something happens between the time you go to gym class in middle school and when we become adults. Square dancing becomes an awfully good time. Everyone who was out on the dance floor was having some of the most fun I have ever seen people have at a wedding. It was a stroke of genius and fit so well into Susanna and Dan’s day.

These photos have a little different look. We thought a vintage touch might be nice just for a little fun.

So nicely done guys. Thank you for inviting us to be a part of such a unique day!

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Ashley bridal portrait | Scranton wedding photographers

Hi everyone. I wanted to do a post about bridal portraits – not necessarily the ones you might think of that are done in the studio, but the on-location ones we like to do on wedding days. They can be a huge challenge because it is often chaos on the wedding day, but they also offer a huge opportunity to find a way to produce something memorable in less-than-ideal conditions. It’s one of the best parts of the job. I was thinking that the photographs that stop me, the ones that make me wonder how the photographers did it, are the ones I didn’t expect to see. And they are almost always shot from a place that most people would not think to shoot. And often that involves risk. You might only get a few minutes of time alone with a bride for the portraits. There is always the easy way. Find a nice clean background and put the bride in a pose and fire away. Nothing wrong with that and it can produce nice work. But the next level goes beyond that. It finds moments or details that you can include in the photo that will set it apart.

I’m pretty happy with the photos below. We were in a house loaded with people and took just a few minutes to grab some shots. There were two rooms connected by French doors that had great beveled edges.  I’m a sucker for beveled edges on mirrors and windows. So for the shot, I went into the opposite room from Ashley and angled the doors so I could shoot through the glass. The framing and the “duplicate” effect of the bevel gives it a “captured moment” feel even though it was completely set up.  The other, I just draped her veil over her face to give the portraits a nice soft look. I hit the shutter once and had it. Then we were off to the ceremony.

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Colleen senior photos | Scranton portrait photographers

I remember my first job pretty clearly – a job that I was later fired from. I didn’t actually know that would be a recurring theme early in my life but it was. I was a dishwasher at a local restaurant. Oh my God,  I hated that job.  You can’t get any lower on the restaurant totem pole. I really didn’t mind the work, but the people I worked with were not terribly nice and they tended to treat the dishwashers poorly.  So one day I told my boss that I didn’t appreciate how people were talking to us and it didn’t seem like we were on the kitchen team as much as we were the people it was fun to kick around. He told me that was how people just starting out were always treated. He was explaining that to me as he was collecting my apron and pointing me toward the door. Oh well. So much for that career.

I’d like to say I promised myself that I wold never treat anyone else like that, but the reality is I probably did at some point in my life. But the awful feeling did stick with me a little.

We’ve talked a little bit about the number of photographers entering the market in this blog before. And I listen to some other photographer friends complain about it – a lot.  I say the more the merrier. Competition is a healthy thing. I also believe if you have a business plan and a commitment to your craft you will be fine as a photographer. The reality is that most people who enter this profession don’t know what it takes when you’re not behind the lens to actually make a living at it.

Anyway, enter our new friend and current amateur photographer Colleen – a high school junior who will be a professional photographer before you know it. She believes it with a certainty you rarely see for someone so young. She doesn’t love photography. She lives it. So when she asked asked us one day if we could help her out, we told her we would be happy to. And what better experience is there than real world, right? So we offered to do her senior photos but use it as a way to explain what we were doing so she could understand how the images were being created. It was like a creative classroom, and she got some cool senior photos out of the deal.  The experience from our perspective is great. Bob and I got to teach a little – something we both love to do and she got some experience not usually available to an aspiring photographer. I think in our society people can spend a little too much time looking over their shoulder rather than offering a hand to help someone up. OK, off the soapbox. It was a great experience and Colleen keeps in touch with us and we talk a little through email about what she needs to be doing. She’ll be successful. She’s focused on the big picture and I’m going to really enjoy watching her evolve as a photographer and businesswoman.

Here are a few of the shots we got of her that day.

  • June 10, 2014 - 11:22 am

    Eliza - What a fabulous experience for Colleen and the result was some absolutely gorgeous images! Kudos to you for taking a young photographer under your wing. Not all photographers are welcoming into the industry these days so it’s so nice to see some talented photographers that aren’t afraid to pass on their knowledge!ReplyCancel

Ashley and Dave reception at Fiorelli’s | Scranton wedding photographers

Now that our friends Ashley and Dave are back from the honeymoon and comfortably settled into married  life, it seems like a good time to remind them how much fun their wedding was. From Dave’s championship belt and epic dancing to the really touching and, at times, hilarious toasts, the wedding was amazing. I don’t think the dance floor at Fiorelli’s ever stopped shaking. The party was the perfect end to a beautiful day. You guys have such amazing families and friends it was bound to be a party that you will remember forever. We will. Hope these photos help!

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