Keely and Adam
Crossroads Baptist Church and El Jebel Shrine
July 11, 2009
Yesterday I was the second shooter for a wedding with my good friend Brad Walters. It was my first day shooting with my new Canon 5D Mark II camera, so I was excited to have a chance to try it out. This camera is known for its ability to perform beautifully at high ISO, which really suits my preference for natural light photography. The church and reception venue yesterday were both quite dark, so I photographed much of the day at ISO 4000. The results are excellent, and I’m really happy with my new camera.
One of my favorite things about second shooting is the freedom to take lots of pictures of the children at weddings. When I’m the primary shooter, I don’t have much time to play with the kiddos, but yesterday I made sure to take lots of pictures of the many cuties in attendance.
Thanks, Brad, for asking me to shoot with you!
Keeley and the ladies got ready at the Westin Hotel in Westminster.
Keeley’s room had a beautiful view of the mountains.
Keeley has gorgeous turquoise eyes.
Here’s Brad Walters
Looking fabulous is a tiring process.
Adam’s mother and Keeley’s mother have become great friends.
I loved Keeley’s father’s reaction when he saw her before the ceremony. His eyes opened wide before he teared up.
The flower girl let out an indiscreet yawn during the ceremony.