Gavin & Sondra’s Wedding 4/7/2007

I know you’ve probably given up on me actually posting some pictures from mine & Sondra’s wedding, but things have been pretty busy. Married life is good, and there are some great pictures. I’ll post a few today, and try to post more soon so check back. I know most of what I post here is taken by me, but since this was my wedding I though that would be a tad hard to do. Unless otherwise noted all the shots in the post were taken by Victoria from VL pics photography (victoria@vlpics.com). She did a great job, and we both really appreciate the hard work that she did.

Since we’re on the topic of work I’d like to thank those of you who came, and those who helped out so much with our wedding. We’re way behind, and the thank you noted still aren’t out yet, but they in progress. For those of you who didn’t make it to the wedding enjoy some pics. So as not to take to much space I made them small, but just click them to open a big version.

Also in case you haven’t seen them here is a post on Cory Polis’s blog with a few more.

More coming soon… Gav

Sondra during the getting ready process.
Gavin & Sondras Wedding 4/7/2007 wedding photography

Sondra using bubble gum as a relaxant
Gavin & Sondras Wedding 4/7/2007 wedding photography

Should I have let her fall?
Gavin & Sondras Wedding 4/7/2007 wedding photography

Me and Sondra on the beach in Moses Lake (after the ceremony)
Gavin & Sondras Wedding 4/7/2007 wedding photography

My nephew Oliver is so cool.
Gavin & Sondras Wedding 4/7/2007 wedding photography

Theres me! My cousin Robert looks like he’s planning something diabolical
Gavin & Sondras Wedding 4/7/2007 wedding photography

Me getting ready to call a round of square dancing at the reception. (photo by Rosanne Decker)
Gavin & Sondras Wedding 4/7/2007 wedding photography

2 Responses to “Gavin & Sondra’s Wedding 4/7/2007”


  1. 1 Cara

    Hi Gavin,

    Nice shots! You seem to have dealt very well with the direct sunlight problem.

    Did you use a polarizing filter on your lens or did you simply add the effect in Photoshop?

  2. 2 Gavin

    Thanks… I actually made a preset in lightroom to ease the harsh light. I’m still working with it, but it worked pretty well.
    Gav

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