Saratoga Springs wedding photographer | Albany Lake George Cooperstown
lake george wedding photographyGreat wedding photos Lake George NY. Meghan and Dan stand on the shores of Lake George with the Adirondack mountains in the background at sunset. I brought the couple together for a few minutes during the reception, taking advantage of their need for a break from all the craziness of their Lake George wedding reception. Adding just a little bit of light on them, I matched the feel of sunset, keeping the warm colors of the sky and the deep blue of the waters of the lake. Knowing how to use lighting as a wedding photographer is critical today. There is so much more than can be done when you have a photographer that works well as a natural light photographer but also knows how to use photographic lighting at a wedding. It means I see the natural light so much better. It means I know how to add a little lighting such as in this photo to bring a scene to its full potential. I work fast and light. And I think the results speak for themselves. Natural feeling from the way I keep my couples relaxed. Natural looking from the way I know how to use light as an experienced wedding photographer. With me, you won’t be posing in some uncomfortable or unnatural way that came from a book. You’ll look like you. Wether you are an unconventional tattooed bride with a 1940's themed wedding or someone more traditional, Lake George wedding photographer Mitch Wojnarowicz and his experience with Camp Chingachgook weddings on Lake George will bring you so many natural wedding images.
Location: Camp Chingachgook.Keywords: camp chingachgook (6), couple (72), emotion (54), lake george (36), portrait (57).