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When my Smart Fortwo grows up will it be a Nissan GTR?

I hope so! As some of you may know, I’m a bit of a car geek. I don’t own but, one car but, I truly love spending time with fast cars and capturing them with my camera. I parked next to this sweet Nissan GTR the other day to cover a shoot at Tufts University….

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  • Thats great man! Very clever! Love those smart cars, just saw a documentary about them on the Science Channel. Hopefully more people will get the message and buy them. Currently they only sell about 28,000 cars in the U.S. each year. Contrast to the Ford F-150 which sells about 33,000 units a month! Hope all is well!ReplyCancel

Barack Obama’s Win in Boston – Fairmount Copley, Boston

I attended the Barack Obama celebration party last night at the Fairmount Copley in Boston. It was a fantastic event with people from every race, creed, and color. The event had scores of media there broadcasting live and interviewing the crowd. I was simply there to enjoy the company and document this historic day in…

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  • These shots are awesome Jeff! Like you said, a great mix of people came out in support. Nice job!ReplyCancel

  • Alison Hodge

    Great photos! Thank you so much. What an awesome time. These faces say it all!ReplyCancel

  • And you call yourself a Libertarian!! 🙂
    At least you’re passionate my friend. Great photos of a historic moment.ReplyCancel

  • You captured the emotion of the day so beautifully, I loved looking at all the photos, and felt a stirring of happiness and hope in my heart. Photos that trigger emotions in the viewers are very powerful, amazing job!ReplyCancel

A Wedding Day and Lyman Estate – Waltham, Massachusetts

I recently shot a fantastic wedding with a great couple. Liz and Mike were married at the the Pasyson Park Congregational Church in Belmont. The ceremony was short and sweet yet filled with love and lots of emotion. The reception was held at the beautiful Lyman Estate in Waltham. It’s a great old mansion with…

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  • Liz Stanley

    Wow! The pics on your blog came out awesome. We are all very pleased. Also, thank you for the slide show on DVD. It came out great. You Rock! We will definitely use you again in the future and we will refer you to everyone.ReplyCancel

  • Wow, This must have been a wonderful wedding. I love the way you capture the emotion and energy in your portraits. Thanks for sharing.
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Canon’s 5D MK II – Pre-ordered at The Camera Company – Norwood, MA

Today I took the plunge and pre-ordered the new Canon 5d MKII at the Camera Company in Norwood. I’ve actually purchased all but one of my DSLR camera’s from the Camera Company. First it was my 20D that was pre-ordered when I first started shooting weddings. Then I picked up the 5d as a pre-order….

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  • Peter

    I’ve found a technique that has worked for me reliably – share it with us, I’ve taken the plunge as well!ReplyCancel

Engagement Session at Elm Bank – Natick, Massachusetts

I recently had the great pleasure of shooting an engagement session for Ann and Joe. They are getting married in August of 2009 in Cohasset, Massachusetts. We shot the engagement session at Elm Bank in Natick which happens to be one of my favorite locations to get creative. I’ve shoot a few engagement sessions here…

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When I first started shooting my first solo weddings in 2005 I meet DJ Ron Carpenito at a wedding I was shooting. DJ Ron is one of the few DJs that I’ve meet that is very talented, fun to work with, and knows how to work a crowd to keep your wedding party having fun…

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  • Nice shot Jeff…sweet description of how you got it as well…ReplyCancel

  • Thanks Craig! I really must admit that I have a bit of a love affair with cool cars and fun couples. The two just seem to make great things happen.ReplyCancel

  • Fantastic job, Jeff! I am still not doing well having flash off, wish to learn more:(
    The Newlyweds must be very happy!ReplyCancel

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