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Wednesday, October 6, 2010

A love affair with light


As a photographer, I chase it...live it...I breathe it...

Breathtaking light.

So much so that I swear, there are moments where I'm caught in a flurry, and I literally forget to breathe. And then the crazed babble in excitement begins and that is usually where I need to pause for a split second and apologize to whoever is in front of my camera at the time for my deranged frenzy. "I promise I am normal, really....except maybe in this instance. But I swear it's for the photos. " My clients at that point, generally have a chuckle, shake their head a little and just continue on their merry ways as the shutter continues to snap around them. They must think I am crazy. I can't blame them :P

Seriously, crazy beautiful light does that to me. It renders me insane for a brief instance and I go into a flurry. It literally leaves me breathless. It is in these moments I honestly think it stops becoming a part of the photo... it IS the photo. It is in these moments I like calling it "God's light"... for the sheer reason that it is so incredibly magical, and it makes everything under its rays beautiful :)

This was one such moment :) These were all captured in the span of about 15 minutes at a recent shoot. I can't help but marvel at God's gift to us when it decides to show :)





















xx

13 comments:

Tracy said...

I can see why you love it so. Just beautiful

James said...

spectacular

Asther said...

I was HOLDING IN my breath when I was reading this post! I get your excitement. ;)

DK said...

I have no doubt it Jenny! Awesome light + your skill & equipment to capture them = perfect! ;-)

goingkookies said...

although the pic composition was nothing much to shout about but the lighting made it more than just ordinary...

i loved pic #1,4,7, n 9!!

do u shoot wedding day or just prewedding?

PicturesByTracy said...

"goose bumps"

Tricia said...

Soooo beautiful Jenny! The way you see and capture light is really amazing!

YN said...

Jenny, you're the master of natural lights!! Love them so much!

RAE said...

AWESOMENESS!

Anonymous said...

I LOVE the first photo! It has such an "other-worldly" quality. They are all beautiful and it must be so exciting to see it happening on the other side of the lense! Good work girl!

Silver Daisies said...

Wow. Just wow!

Marissa said...

Jenny, this is amazing!! You are truly Gods gift to photography! I need to know what type of lens you use to get this awesome flare and tone, I want to try it!

Johnny Lay said...

Jenny!!!
You've hit the nail on the head. "God's light"

God is amazing and I believe as photographers we are blessed to be able to capture His grace and beautiful work to show to the world... not just the environment but the people that make this world complete.

Love can be over rated but it can under rated as well. I believe in weddings we see what love is. Through the chaos of organising and running around, in the end it is bring not only two wonderful souls together but families as well

You're rays are inspiring and now I am keen on going out to shoot (without my lens hood?) to see if I can capture such beautiful light like you have.

Will be keeping in touch.
Johnny.