Wednesday, January 28, 2009

"Cherishing The Moment"

"Cherishing The Moment"
©David A. Ziser

Here is an image I captured just 16 seconds after yesterday's image entitled, "The Softness Of Her Touch" This time I focused on the bride's ring which also kept the couple mostly in focus. It has a completely different feel than yesterday's image, but still quite effective as a romantic portrait of the couple. Thoughts anybody? Camera specs; Nikon D1x fitted with 80-200 lens at 82mm, F3.5 @ 1/60 second, ISO 640. Enjoy! -David

6 comments:

  1. This photo like the other has a mystery about it. Has an almost sureal feeling also. I love the softness and loving feeling it captures. Love your work and you sharing your expertise.

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  2. Barbara Lucas-Wilson8:25 PM, January 28, 2009

    Beautiful! I would be quite happ to have done this, and I'm sure your clients are too.

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  3. Awwwww....I love this shot, Dave like most of your shots, it almost appears as if time stood still, and YOU captured their moment as man and wife. The essence is organic, rich, total eye and heart candy! It almost appears as if the veil was used, was it? Or was it PS? Either way, YOU are the man! Now...when the heck are you coming to San Francisco!?

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  4. I love wedding images where it's as if the photographer isn't there. This is one of those kind of images, as was the one from yesterday. I know, this isn't always easy to capture. There's so much going on at a wedding that even if the couple are the only ones in a picture, the look on their face or the surroundings give away the fact that there are a thousand people around. There could be 20 people standing around, but you would never sense it from these images. Nice job, David, of capturing the intimacy.

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  5. David, never mind my previous comment on the other image, now I see it's the groom on the left, wow my eyes are fooling me!

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