Hartmann of @m.hartphotography crouched down across the way in
the bathroom to get the shot. It was worth the effort, Hartmann asserts.
“Carmen is Filipino and Adam is Jewish,” she says, “so the wedding
was a beautiful blending of their cultures and background, and in
this moment, their symmetry came together as the merging of two
families, balanced and as equals.”;#RfPOTD
nikkivdmphotography: This is beautiful!! @m.hartphotography can
I ask if this is natural light or if you used some other lighting?
m.hartphotography: @nikkivdmphotography it was overcast and
there was a medium-sized window with a sheer white curtain on it. We
tried using off-camera flash but it ruined the effect.
“Lens Love: Great New
Carl Eberhart: From my experience, I think the
new Sigma 100-400 is the better buy vs. the
new 24-70 Art…however, the jury is still out
regarding tests, from what I’ve seen. It does
appear to have smoother bokeh than the new
“Achieving Flawless Beauty
Looks With a Reflector That You
Can Shoot Through”
Sara McDaniel: I cut a hole in my reflector so I
could shoot through it years ago. I guess I am a
Danielle W. Lundberg: No, a genius would’ve
patented, marketed and sold it.
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The wrong version
of this stunning
image by Jacqueline
Connor (of Jacqueline
in our December
issue, on page 89.
Connor won first
place in the Wedding
category of the WPPI
Second Half Members
We deeply regret
the error, and our
apologies go out to