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  • About Me

    I became fascinated with photography at an early age, thanks to my father. It wasn’t his photographic skill that inspired me, though, since my dad was not a very good photographer. We would always joke how people in his photos would have plants and trees growing out of their heads.

    It was actually my father’s camera that captured my interest. I loved the way it felt in my hands — all those cool buttons and controls. It intrigued me. I was also amazed at how it could be used to create these awesome images.

    MY STORY CONTINUED...

I always like to know my wedding clients before the big day. In most cases we have had a couple of meetings and possibly photographed an engagement session. When the wedding day arrives I usually feel like a guest at their wedding. This was not the case with last weekends wedding. Paul had contacted and hired me from New York City where he lives. I never had the opportunity to meet Paul or his fiancee, Yajaira, until the day before their wedding. Within five minutes of meeting I was totally at ease with this great couple. We had the chance to hang out with one of their friends for about an hour and take a couple of casual photos in the park and quickly got to know one another. The warm and friendly feeling continued the next day as I was introduced to additional family and friends.

Yajaira it turns out is a voracious reader of the popular wedding blogs. While getting ready she expressed how much she liked some of the hip and quirky photos on those blogs. She had even prepared “Mrs and Mr” signs. Feeling I was now friends with Yajaira and Paul I did my best to produce some photos that would make her happy and be modern wedding blog worthy.  Here are some of my favorites:

I would love to hear from you – please contact me.

To see more of my work – www.innesphotography.com.

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I love black and white images – they have a certain romantic feel to them. They have the ability to cut through all the clutter and leave you with just the subject. If  you want to learn more about my thoughts on B&W and some of the digital tools I use – read my latest post on theMentorBlog.

William

I would love to hear from you – please contact me.

To see more of my work – www.innesphotography.com.

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One of my favorite things to do after a hard weeks work is to spend time with my kids on the weekend – usually Sunday afternoon. This is getting harder to do, because one son lives in Florida and my youngest just announced he is moving to Santa Barbara (I am jealous). My oldest son usually comes with his wife and two little ones to swim, BBQ and watch a movie. These are my favorite times of the week. Be sure to slow down a little and enjoy time with your loved ones! That is what life is really about.

Although I love my two granddaughters dearly – they are the two most difficult subjects I have ever tried to photograph. They seem to be always moving in opposite directions. I had to bribe them with Klondike Ice Cream Bars to get this shot, but it was worth it!

William

I would love to hear from you – please contact me.

To see more of my work – www.innesphotography.com.

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