Throwing it back this lovely Thursday to a wedding I shot for my friends, Galit & Claude, back in February. I find the wedding photography industry notoriously difficult to break into. In fact, this is only the second wedding I've photographed in four years. I'm always thankful to friends and strangers who reach out to me and trust in my skills to capture important life events.
I'll probably never get to photograph a wedding like this again. We trekked over sand dunes to get to the secluded location where Galit and Claude said, 'I do,' in front of only eight people, including myself and the celebrant. The wedding certificate was signed on top of my camera bag. To celebrate, we all had a drink and cheered as the bride and groom cut into their Minion cake. The night concluded with a gathering at a local bar with other friends and work colleagues. The evening was perfect, the lighting was serene.
Ps. For the horde is a reference from World of Warcraft, for those who don't know :)