Archive for February, 2015
Nyssa and Antony’s Lake Eola Engagement Photography Session
I don’t get a lot of opportunities to photograph engagement sessions at Lake Eola very often. Most couples have their vision panned out already for their pictures, be it at the place they got engaged, a place that is dear to them, or at the venue that they are getting married. So when Nyssa called me totally open for any suggestions, I thought of Lake Eola right away. Now there is the trick to getting great pictures at Lake Eola= Weekday and early evening. Any other times can be chaotic with lots of neighborhood joggers, and tourists enjoying the beautiful surroundings. The sun was setting perfectly around 6.30pm, and the sky held graceful fluffy clouds, providing shade and hiding highlights on their faces. It was a bit chilly that day, but i warmed the images up a bit with my magic hand post processing 🙂
Nyssa and Anthony were total naturals and needed very little direction. Nyssa did admit that they practice just a tad prior to the shoot (Anthony coyle denying such), which made my life soooo easy. They showed up with perfect outfits (and look at her make-up and hair!) , complimenting each others styles. We had a blast!
Nyssa, a nurse, drove 10 hours from Georgia for this engagement session and to spend some time with her fiance Anthony. She will be moving down to Florida soon enough to start her life as a married woman 🙂 Their wedding will be held next year in Georgia. We want to wish this beautiful couple a lifetime of Love and happiness together.
Here is their sneak peek!
FETC Expo Event Photography at OCCC
We always look forward to the Annual Florida Education Technology Convention (FETC) every year. The media and Press crew are so easy to work with (worked on this show 3 years in a row now) and Canon is one of the attending vendors 🙂
oh and not to mention the innovative technology reveals that is changing how we teach within our schools. The FETC Convention is held at the Orange County Convention Center (OCCC) every year with thousands of teachers and principles attending from all over the state. Some of my favorite highlights from this year show was the incorporation of game technology to make learning fun for kids and build memory retention. I also scored a Canon Flashlight, which for a canon fan like myself, made me feel like a kid again!