Here’s another wedding that I second shot with Rene Tirado in Duxbury, Massachusetts. The bride and groom, Lauren and Ian, had prepared a wedding day with so many personal details. Rene and I started at Lauren’s house where there was a swarm of activity. There was make-up, hair, dresses, and an air of excitement. After about an hour I headed to Ian’s location to capture some images of him getting ready. His groomsmen were making jokes, jabbing fun, and commemorating in the excitement of the prior night. Soon we headed over to the ceremony and reception location which was a expansive sea side private estate. I quickly moved to capture the details and moments prior to the start of the ceremony.
One of the benefits of second shooting is being able capture different perspectives than the lead shooter. For example, as the bride was walking down the isle I was able to capture a profile shot through the crowd and a perspective shot from behind Ian’s shoulder as he looked at his bride, Lauren. Once the ceremony wrapped up we headed to the seashore to capture the group portraits and then the portraits of Lauren and Ian. I saw an opportunity to create some fun images with an old 46 Chevy truck and jumped into action. I ask Ian to get into the truck, as if he was driving, and had Lauren looking through the passenger’s window. I was trying to create an image where Ian had pulled over to pickup his sensation bride. You can see the image below and a few more are in the slide show. The day seemed to fly by and before you knew it was time to go. Wow, what a day! You can see some of my favorite images below. Thanks!