Shannon & Marco | Atlantic Station Engagement Session

I loved this session with Shannon and Marco.  Number one, they were up for all of my schemes for this shoot.  They trudged all over Atlantic Station with me, wore mustaches and fake lips, chewed bubble gum for bubble pictures, and held still while I took a 44 shot panorama of them on that bridge.  Not one complaint.  Pretty cool.

We all had a pretty great time.  I love being around people who are in love.   Who doesn’t?  All the best wishes for a long, happy life together to Shannon and Marco.  Enjoy!

PHOTOGRAPHER NERDOUT NOTE:  The bridge panorama I took below is a 44 image panorama stitched together in Photoshop.  It was inspired by the incredible work of Ryan Brenizer.  He perfected this method of doing panoramas with people.  It’s called The Brenizer Method, and it’s really challenging and fun.  Here’s a great tutorial to get you started if you’re interested in learning how to do it.  Let me know if you have any questions about how to do it!

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Susan - November 29, 2011 - 10:49 am

Love, love these photos! So cute. I love the panorama. Looks terrific!

Andrea - November 30, 2011 - 8:05 am

Those photographs are AMAZING! Love the BM photo too. One of these days I’ll have to try it! Really, great photographs – I’m sure they love them!

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