We recently had the pleasure of capturing Scott and Stephanie’s wonderful Jacksonville Golf and Country Club wedding. Unfortunately, the weather wasn’t very cooperative that day, but despite the inclement conditions, the ceremony and reception were a wonderful display of love and joy. Speaking of joy – enjoy the photos!
TO DOWNLOAD PHOTOS: simply click on the photo you like from the gallery below. On the bottom right, click permalink. Right above the photo is a link to the full resolution image (1280×720 is usually what it says). Simply right click that link and save it to your preferred folder.
We recently had the pleasure of shooting the Boca Raton Resort and Club for one of our commercial clients. This 1000+ room resort began its life during the Florida Land Boom as the Cloister Inn, built in 1926 as the most expensive 100 room hotel in the world. Since then, the hotel has gradually, though steadily grown into one of the top resorts in Florida. With 7 swimming pools, two professional golf courses, eleven restaurants, and hundreds of feet of ocean-front property, its no wonder!
Also – neat fact: During WWII the resort played an essential role as a barracks housing soldiers for nearby Boca Raton Army Air Force Base. The troops affectionately called it “the most elegant barracks in history”.
Anyway, here are several of our favorite photos from the shoot – as always, downloadable as HD desktop wallpaper. Enjoy!
We received word today that Jacksonville Magazine has once again published several photos from our shoot with Dreambuilder Custom Homes, this time in their biannual HOME issue. Dreambuilder’s unique home has deservedly received the honor of Home of the Year. The article again details the uniquely narrow footprint and welcoming design of this Doctor’s Lake home. Check out the online version of the article here, or pick up a copy at a local news stand!
So, it seems this photo of the day thing is becoming more common…
Above is a photo I snapped while headed back from a commercial shoot is South Florida. Part of the shoot was out in the Everglades, so we decided to take Rt 27 North to Lake Okeechobee. On the way out from the lake, I saw this plane diving down toward the road at an alarming angle. Thankfully, I recognized the body style as a crop duster, so I didn’t have a heart attack, crash, burn and die.
Instead, I pulled over, and started snapping away as the plane did a circling pattern over our heads. Enjoy!