Archive for May, 2012

Wedding Photos | May 18, 2012 – Part 2

Check below for Part 1.

Wedding Photos | May 18, 2012

I had the wonderful pleasure of attending my Aunt’s wedding this past Friday night, the first wedding I’ve ever been to. What an amazing event, set in Sturbridge, MA at sunset. It was such a beautiful venue and I’m so glad I brought along my Nikon. Congrats to Scott and Mamie! Thank you so much for inviting me.
Also a big congratulations to my cousin Meaghan and her Fiancé Anthony on their recent engagement!

May 11, 2012 | Part Two

Some more photos from the 11th. In other news, we got a Kessler Crane this week! Very excited to try it out, stay tuned for video demo.

May 11, 2012 | Part One

Some fun surf came through today, I got 30 minutes to shoot before work and about an hour after. I had forgotten that the big lens wasn’t cooperating lately – the auto focus wasn’t working. Well, manual focus sucks but it’s a challenge and I need to learn to shoot without it. Personally, with the Nikon DLSR it seems to be much more of a challenge with video – the live view screen is SHITE compared to the eye piece but maybe it’s just me. Have a look at what I came up with…

Above: The one and only Mr. Ralph Fatello.

Above: Unknown around 9:30am at The Wall – wow did it look fun.

Above: Another unknown surfer, thinking maybe Sashi? Who has yellow paint on their nose?

Above: A little taste of what’s to come, Toby Parke into a nice almond shaped barrel.

Above: Toby Parke, layback.

Rangeley, Maine 2012

“Summer is just around the corner” seems to be a phrase that we’ve been saying for months now here on the east coast. The changing of the seasons will never be an easy transition for a ski bum..Nevertheless, summer swells are slowly building, along with our anticipation for a great summer filled with good friends, cold brews and hopefully some banger breaks. But until then…bask in the wintery goodness that is Rangeley, Maine. Huge thanks to Sonja and Eric, as well as Eric’s family for their amazing hospitality.

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