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Pre-Wed Shoot #2

Posted by akessonphotography on 1, February 27, 2008

Ok couldn’t resist. Couple more favourites that struck a chord with me on Sunday’s urban shoot.  First one was inside the cafe with the architecture from across the street as a “desaturated background” – that’s the tones it was.


Now I decided to drop this one in twice just show how much difference a pic like this can be when it’s in Black and White. People will react in vastly different ways,… but for me the B&W evokes far more from the viewer than the full colour – you get to see into the portrait.

Sean in BW

And the second is in front of the window across the street – in front of none other than the snazzy Louis Vuitton shop! Great window.  Brilliant couple. Expensive handbags in the window.  And no, despite being open for business, they didn’t offer a free bag to Melissa 😦

Vuitton Window


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