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Archive for June, 2009

It’s in the Details

June 22nd, 2009  |  by  |  published in Mingle

Shootstyle members Andree and Earl got to shoot another wedding together. Instead of the standard wedding coverage we see on blogs everyday, we are showing just details from this wedding. If you take a good look at these images, you can tell a lot about the couple and almost everything about the wedding. This was a super fun day. Let us know if you can guess anything about the day. :)


Elm Bank Reservation Shoot!

June 20th, 2009  |  by  |  published in Mingle

The Shootstyle collective got together recently and shot three lovely models in an array of beautiful dresses.

Elm Bank Reservation in Wellesley MA provided a cool and colorful backdrop for the gowns which were custom designed for us by dress designer Julia Anne Ebel, of Celtic Dragon Dress Designs. Stacey, Shootstyler extraordinaire, also showed her mad sewing skillz by re-purposing some older gowns by adding colorful tulle flourishes.

Make-up by Jenny DiMucci and Jane Sincere.

Hair by Christine Squier Salon


Custom Wedding Dress in Ruins

Custom Wedding Dresses

Custom Wedding Dress




One Couple Prepared Two Ways

June 15th, 2009  |  by  |  published in Style

Last weekend Andree (Maine Wedding Photographer) invited me (Earl, Boston Wedding Photographer) to return to the shores of Sebago Lake in Maine. We had a developed a pretty good working rhythm during our last shoot together, and for most of the day, we each did our own thing and came away with two unique views of the same event.  During a quiet moment, we asked the couple to pose in front a classic New England setting–a shack which was covered with old buoys.

Andree moved in close enough to see the weathering of the old buoys and threw the couple out of focus in the background:

New England Wedding Photographer Earl Christie

I shot the couple through a bush with a plastic lens, framing the them against the wall.

New England Wedding Photographer Earl Christie

I think that having the same couple, the same setting, the same light, and two shots taken within seconds of each other, really illustrates how two photographers will visualize the same subject differently.

Vive la différence!


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