From time to time I like to second shoot for another photographer. It gives me a chance to get in the swing of things for wedding season, and it’s a great place to try out new ideas and techniques as there’s very little pressure to get the shots. A few weeks ago, I joined the super talented Zev Fisher Photography to photograph a wonderful Jewish Orthodox at one of my favorite wedding venues in Boston: The State Room. I’d love to know what you think of the images I captured on this cold winter day back in March!
I started off in Rachel’s room at The Ames Hotel in downtown Boston (such a great spot for weddings, or in fact just the getting ready portion of the day) – Rachel was reading a letter from Moshe and I love the emotion above.
I headed over to the guys’ room in time to capture them getting dressed.
Rachel and Moshe had such a sweet first look at Post Office Square, and we stayed on for portraits. It’s a great spot even during winter weddings (and we had some pretty tough light to work with!)
We headed back to The State Room for some more portraits, followed by a pre-ceremony cocktail hour. Then, it was straight into the multiple ceremonies … I have to say, Jewish Orthodox weddings are awesome!
We moved into the Great Room at The State Room for the marriage ceremony:
The State Room is just gorgeous … and I love the classic, simple decor Rachel and Moshe chose for their wedding reception.
Some of my favorite photos of the day came after dinner, when the dancing broke out. Love these!