Lake George Wedding Photographer..In an antique wooden speed boat, a triple cockpit barrel back Cris Craft to be exact, Laura and Mike happily leave their Lake George wedding ceremony, throwing their hands in the air and happily shouting as they are taken away on Lake George in the Adirondack Mountains of New York. As a photojournalistic wedding photographer, I’m alway looking for unscripted images such as this. To be sure, I do perform documentary wedding photography, shooting the times you’d expect covered at a wedding. Taking the lead and directing you when needed. But these sorts of images are the ones that will end up on your wall now and treasured forever...They aren’t just candids. They are moments of your life. Real ones, ones that produce more than ordinary wedding photography. Ones that produce images that excite me when I capture them and ones that will delight you after the wedding and as the anniversaries roll by...Cruising in an antique boat in the summertime for your wedding can make for some outstanding photos. Boats can often be rented from one of the marinas in town with advance planning, some offer a captain to pilot you around on your wedding day...Keep your options open when you consider what makes a great wedding photo idea. Not everything has to come from check list in advance. With a wedding photojournalist such as Mitch Wojnarowicz spontaneous fun wedding photos can happen with just a little pre planning. You see, I’ve been married for a long time. And the photos that I cherish the most aren't ones full of posing and artifice. They are the ones that I can look at and "see" the moment that happened just as fresh and clear as it was yesterday. They are the ones where I can "feel" the person pictured, their personality, hear their voice. As if it was just yesterday..Keywords: adirondack (51), couple (72), emotion (54), lake george (36), moment (45), portrait (57), wedding (210).