Interesting story, I met Katrina and Vitaly in Central park while I was shooting an engagement session for another couple. They waited until I was taking a small break (After ninja jumping on one ledge of the Bow Bridge to take a shot) and asked me for my information. This led to a short series of emails, and a couple months later, here we are shooting a wedding in the same place we met! I'm loving how the images in the beautiful fall leaves are looking. It was a little chilly, but they really stuck it out.
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A large preview with more pictures of this wedding has been up for some time on my Facebook Fan Page! If you’re not already a fan, please check it out!
Another point of this post is testing out a new plugin for Adobe Photoshop that allows for easy diptych and triptych creation, specifically for photo blogs. Earlier, I was checking out a very well put together plugin called Storyboard from the people at Code & Hustle. Great interface, operates right within Photoshop, and really snazzy, quick results. This review from Photo Concentrate’s blog sold me on the idea.
But! Leave it to the open-source coding crowd to create a Photoshop extension panel that does nearly everything that Storyboard does, namely, resizing and arranging multiple images for blog posts… for FREE. Well, can’t beat that price. Check out the free Photoshop extension, Tych Panel by Reimund Trost. Blazing fast, a great automated mode, and simple effective layouts in no time.