December 16, 2006

Ritz Carlton Wedding Photography Marina del Rey

I'm 7 for 7. This year I had seven weddings happen on a day when it was supposed to rain. Each time people start to worry, I try to reassure them that I have a perfect record, and they kind of just say "huh?" God is truly on my side because each time when the rain was forecasted to come down, it would either stop long enough for the ceremony to proceed beautifully, or it would just turn out to be a gorgeous day for photography! So I'm stoked to do my last wedding of this year ending in a perfect record.


Nora and Robert are a loving and romantic couple which made it so easy to capture intimate moments this day. Their wedding ceremony started of at the Ritz Carlton, Marina del Rey and concluded with an incredible ten course dinner at Prince Seafood.

I owe a HUGE thanks to Britney and Miguel who came out to shoot with me. They both came out with tons of killer images! (Click here to see the preview slideshow of our images) One of my favorites from the Ritz Carlton:


I love this!

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8 comments:

Jill Higgins said...

Wow - I have a perfect record too! But mine is for having an outdoor wedding every single time tornadoes come through! :) Great job - the lighting is awesome!! ++

Amanda said...

I love the bar shot! ++

Amanda said...

Love the bar shot++ Stunning lighting!

Louis Palos said...

Hey Greg like the new look of the blog, looks great. Take care.

Louis

Lisa said...

7 for 7 is a very impressive record and your work is so beautiful Greg-
I like the bar shot too and also the light on the brides face with the stone railing....
I hope to meet you in Pismo!

Julie Walton Shaver said...

I agree, Greg, the blog looks great! I love how you make the images so big! I love the running theme of the guest cards too. Very cool. Oh, and I love that bar shot too! (And the guys looking for the rain. Sweet.)
--Jules

Davina said...

I guess I'm in great company! I came on to say that I love that bar shot! What wonderful lighting. I love the way you see light these days. One of my absoulute fave pics is that one in your header on the piano. loveloveloveloveit!

Robert Balasko said...

Woow! I am impreessed! Great work!