Category archive: Anthony
Two years in the making. Nicole and Anthony signed contracts with us back in 08 and we have been patiently waiting (right peggy?) for the day to come. Nicole and Anthony shared my vision for the photos, so we threw tradition out the window!
A job this size needed two photographers, I had Anthony Petrozza help me out. Although Anthony is a main shooter and has his own weddings booked, I thought his style would be an nice addition to the photos. We always joke about it but I think its time for a package that combines both of us at the same wedding. Dave and the entire crew from moving pictures did one of there famous “wedding day edits” and showed it to a packed room at the villa barone hilltop manor. You can see daves edit below my slideshow gallery.
Dave from moving pictures and I have been working together for 2 weeks straight. Literally everyday for 2 weeks. It has been a crazy month. This next shoot was shot by Anthony and I for Heather and Andrew. There wedding was back in June on the 26th but I have been holding out on blogging them until we did this shoot. When we first met Heather and Andrew they told me that heather lived on a working apple orchard and thought it would be cool to have the photos there. Obviously I agreed, but to get back up to her house after the church involved way to much driving so Dave and I had the brilliant idea to come back. Our schedules finally allowed it last week. I had Anthony help me on this shoot because we had to shoot it fast as the sun was setting. As he set up a shot I looked for the next and he did the same for me. This allowed us to get a ton of great stuff. This is only a teaser, if you want to see al the images I invite you to pop in the studio at any time. Trust me it would be so worth it! I want to thank Heather, Andrew, Gary and the whole Troncilito family for opening their house up to us, and letting us run like maniacs through their orchard. Oh and the complete wedding is going up next. Enjoy!
This is also the new way I am presenting slideshows for the new website. What do you think?Read More...
All I can say is wow, the weather couldn’t have been better for an August wedding. I would like to thank Alice and Jim for choosing me to capture their wedding. When Alice and I met at the studio we discussed locations for the photos and decided to shoot at Bridge Street in Irvington, since it was so close to the venue. I had no idea how amazing it would be when I scouted out the area about a month ago. This has to be one of my favorite locations!! I could have stood there all day, and have never run out of ideas. Alice and Jim you guys were great! I couldn’t of asked for anything more out of a couple. Enjoy everyone