Engagement: Rodney and Michelle

What a difference a week makes. Last weekend we cancelled this engagement shoot due to cold, windy, rainy conditions. This weekend, we couldn’t have asked for better weather! Met up with the Rodney and Michelle at the Palace of Fine Arts for another go at their engagement photos. I’m posting a small sampling here, and more at the gallery section of my website, www.jonathanflemingphotography.com. Enjoy!

With such a beautiful couple, gorgeous location, and perfect weather, what more could a photographer ask for? Make sure you check out more from the session at my website, www.jonathanflemingphotography.com, where the images are deliciously hi-resolution!

A little technical info:

This session was all about long focal lengths. On a day like this, you can expect lots of people to be at this beautiful location, including a bunch of other photographers with their respective clients. Shooting with my 70-200 f/2.8 racked out helped eliminate these distractions. Other gear involved:

Nikkor AFS 24-120mm f/4G VRII

Nikkor AFS 24mm f/1.4G

Nikkor AFS 16-35mm f/4G

SB-900 units, lastolite tri grip, Ezybox 24″x24″ for the strobist stuff.

8 thoughts on “Engagement: Rodney and Michelle

  1. wonderful series of shots Jonathan! The weather has been amazing this past weekend. Glad you were able to shoot them with the sun out instead of the rain 🙂

  2. beautiful light! very nice bokeh! they looked like they had a great time. i LOVE that yellow dress – i’m big on having bold colors for pictures cuz it gives such a nice touch.

  3. Wow, seriously great work with the lighting on these photos man! Love how everything is in focus! The one with the bridge in the background is ridiculously good

  4. I agree with all the comments so far, these are ridiculously good shots! The lighting is perfect and the strobe shots are so EPIC. I wish we had these types of photos for our engagement. =) Good job, honies!

  5. I remember you posting this shoot was canceled but I think that was for the best because these shots look amazing. I love the yellow in the shots and how you picked up on the color very well. These are beautiful, wonderful job.

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