Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Emma and Jed...




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20 comments:

Jonathan Canlas said...
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649 lotto results said...

Nice blog. Thats all.

Riley's all smileys said...

hi leo im riley i've looked through all of your blogs and i absolutely love your photos there captivating!
-Smiley Riley

becca said...

these are beautiful!

Paul Gero said...

WOW...nice frames...

pg

photograffiti said...

i feel like these are basically amazing...and i wonder how this could even be possible!

allison said...

I LOVE LOVE LOOOOOOVE these.

enough said.

p.s. where did you find such an awesome location??

Grant said...

WOW!

Grant said...

They're beautiful. Well done, Leo.

Cedric Anderson said...

Leo, you rule. These pictures are timeless/priceless. I bet Jed an Emma are beside themselves.

JedBoy said...

Yes, we are beside ourselves. Thanks, Leo, these pics turned out amazingly well. Better than I expected!!

Rebekah said...

Me likey! You're so good Leo!

Leo Patrone said...

Thanks so much everybody for the nice comments.

Allison, I shot these in Springville at a carnival...

Natalie said...

these are my favorite engagement photographs ive ever seen in my entire LIIIIIIIIFFFFFFFFFFEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

Brinton Family said...

These are the most creative cutest pictures I have ever seen! I am so mad that I didn't know about you when I got married!

Leslie said...

These are THE BEST I've ever seen. Just gorgeous.

I'm Natalie. said...

Oh Leo Leo Leo. . . !

The Letteer's said...

Hey Leo...I'm a friend of a friend..blah, blah and she was showing me your blog...anyways, long-story shortened I was wondering how you do the background at the end of the final photo of the carnival shots. I noticed it in lots of your pics...I use photoshop, any tips or hints?
Your fan,
camille

Leo Patrone said...

Hi Camille,
These pictures where shot on film (Kodak 400VC). I used my Contax 645 camera with an 80mm 2.0 lens.
These images are straight out of camera no Photoshop. The background is created by shooting wide open with the Contax.
Anyway, my recommendation would be shooting faster lenses wide open to make the background go completely out of focus.

Joanna Goddard said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE these.