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Geetha – Nashoba Valley Winery Wedding Photographer

A few months ago Maarit and I headed out to Nashoba Valley Winery with our puppy Sofie (she is not a puppy these days!) and some friends…wow, that was the fall!  We love the winery, it’s a fun place to bring a picnic, hang out with friends, and have some wine, and even beer and hard liquor.  Those are all things we definitely love, minus the hard liquor part…

Our awesome friend Geetha asked if I could take a few photos of her!  She cracks me up, mostly because she is always laughing and goofing off and here I was trying to get various shots of her because I wanted to capture every aspect of her personality…not just the cracking up part!

We worked our way from the cracking up Geetha to the relaxed Geetha.  And this order below is the exact order in which the photos were shot….

Everything about her is super awesome.  GO GEETHA!

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September 5, 2014 - 11:22 am

Vadinho - - Yep! You might offer both mini sssieons and full sssieons so you have two price points since everyone’s pocket depth differs! Totally awesome and unique gift versus onsies and bottle cleaners etc. LOLMarch 9, 2011 1:12 pm

February 20, 2015 - 5:28 pm

Alianna - - Sarah,Been bringing my coatnx aria along to shoot a roll alongside of my digital (nikon). My mistake is not having a pro like Richard Photo lab develop and scan. thanks for the advice. But even so, I still do very little to my images and love them because I took an extra breath before clicking the shutter or an extra moment composing.Any suggestions for NY lab? I’m in Boston.Are you medium format here? Can’t wait to dig into your other images. REally fresh and uplifting!

March 24, 2015 - 3:06 pm

Sahil - kasandra – thanks for snraihg cant wait to see more!I’d love to hear your workflow with film such as, do you get digital negatives from your lab, do you edit (photoshop or Lightroom), or do you let the lab make adjustments? I have my first roll of color film sitting in my Nikon f100 and I’m not sure how to process it I know I’m making it harder than it really is thanks kas

April 26, 2015 - 10:29 pm

Mary - will be our first at the venue and I’m just a little exctied about that fact. We did our bridal shoot at Warwick Castle a few months ago which was great fun so I’m all ready to be there for the real

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