New wedding web site: Lots of M shots
Old 02-26-2005   #1
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New wedding web site: Lots of M shots

When I designed my new wedding web site recently, I was surprised to realize (after it was done) how many of the featured shots were taken with a Leica M.

While I have been using a high meg Canon digital camera for most of the weddings done in the past 2 years, the few Leica shots I also shot seem to better express my "Romantic Photojournalism" philosophy.

Anyway, take a peek at my new site if you get a chance ...

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Old 02-26-2005   #2
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Marc, beautiful work! You make wedding photography look poetic...

I enjoyed viewing your website. Thanks for posting!
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Oh, before I forget, there's a Chicago wedding photographer who, apparently, works ONLY in B&W (don't know if he uses a Leica or not). His name is Steven Gross and he runs this service & website: http://www.reallifeweddings.com/

Check it out. It's worth it!
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Just curious, did you know to go through all the images in each category of wedding photos?

For example, after you click on "beginnings", and the hanging dress shot comes up, did you use the squiggly arrow to advance trough all of the images in that section?
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Old 02-26-2005   #5
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fotografz: yes, i did use the squiggly arrows

and your wedding shots are great; personal, intimate and not like most boring wedding photography i've seen so far.

i might just be kidding myself; but i think i can actually tell (for some photos, at least) that it's been shot by Leitz glass, and not anything SLR.
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Excellent photography, Marc! I think I used to see a few of these appear from time to time on the Leica forum? I never tire of them.

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Love it! Very beautiful work. Thanks for the post.
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Good images, well-done site. Good job!
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Old 02-27-2005   #9
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Marc,

I hadn't looked through every picture in every gallery until you asked the question here, but I've done that now & I'm glad I did. The "last supper" photo in your "celebrations" folder is really striking (I'm guessing probably not a Leica shot, though).
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Old 02-27-2005   #10
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thanks for sharing - some really nice, evocative shots in there
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