We've all seen the posed formal portraits of our grandparents wedding day --
beautiful black and white (or sepia) images of the bride and groom and
combinations of bride, groom, bridesmaids, groomsmen, parents, siblings,
sometimes full of posed smiles but often lacking emotion. David enjoys
photographing in a photojournalistic style with available lighting -- capturing
the day's events and emotion with the eye of an unimposing observer rather than
that of a director dictating where to stand and how to look. Even the "posed"
formals are casual and relaxed and try to capture people within their
environment and the unexpected impulsive actions that can't be captured with a
camera fixed to a tripod. With more emphasis on candid and spontaneous moments
and a de-emphasis on static portraiture, this documentary approach can yield a
veritable explosion of images for you to choose from.
Here are some wedding samples, including engagement, rehearsal, service and reception photos -- You can also browse through these
images in David's Wedding Sample gallery
Wedding Photography Fees
Fees are based on time, services, and prints
In order to customize kinderpics services to your desires, David encourages a
conversation with you to discuss just what you'd like to have, and prices are
See current fee and service schedule
pricing examples and detail.