After a wedding, no matter how late I get home, I can’t wait to load the cards and start importing the images into Lightroom, so I can reassure myself the day went the way I thought it did as I shot it. I was even more excited last night because it was my first wedding shooting with the new Nikon D850. Fast forward to midnight when I still hadn’t been able to load a single image into Lightroom because apparently Adobe hasn’t updated yet to read the RAW format the D850 uses (I could rant about this forever, but this is about Angelina and Tom, not me!).
So I woke up this morning and googled my issue, and I finally found a work-around…one that unfortunately would involve 10 hours of file conversion, but when those files finally were importing into Lightroom, let me tell you…the wait was totally worth it! I could geek out for hours about the detail the D850 captures, even in low light conditions. But instead, I’ll tell you how much I enjoyed getting to know Angelina and her family, Tom and his. While Tom could have gladly foregone ever having a single picture taken, he was an excellent sport about letting us take lots of him anyway, and Angelina’s smile lit up every space she was in. Angelina’s family treated us like family, and I will forever be grateful to Ginette for helping Angelina make the decision to choose me to photograph their special day! Here’s a very small sneak peek of their beautiful wedding day, with many more to come in the coming days!
That gorgeous day wouldn’t have happened without all of the following vendors and all of their hard work!
Wedding CoordinatorDawn WhittemoreFloristPatti GregoireCake ArtistMary Ann KaneBand/DJFred PappalardoPhoto BoothLori and her husband were sooo nice!Hair and Makeup ArtistsOwner, Stephen Alex LacobacciBridesmaid DressesTrinket ShoppeTuxesJos. a Bank
- And as always, a huge thank you to my Second Shooter Extraordinaire (and Honorary Groom and Groomsmen Herder): Jessica Harris