Saturday, October 04, 2008

Columbus Bride

I know the magazine has been on newsstands for a few days now, but I have not yet received my copies so I ran to Kroger last night to get one so I could check out which of my clients' images were chosen! I just couldn't wait any longer! I do have one caveat though: I hope that your copy of the magazine is printed better than the one I picked up and that the box of magazines I get is better too! I'm not quite sure what happened, but there are huge color shifts all throughout the magazine and most of the images featured are dark and the colors are, well, bizarre. So, here's what they REALLY look like . . . mine at least!

First off, I'll start with the ad I ran this time. You'll recognize them as Laura and Mark, whose wedding was at St. Joseph Cathedral, reception at Taylor Mansion.

Next up, are images from Stacy and Dave. Their wedding was 07-07-07 at The Columbus Athenaeum. Stacy and Dave are a Featured Local Wedding too!

When you find this image in the magazine (page 91), you'll notice that directly beneath it is the ad for The Columbus Athenaeum which features all my images!

Suzi and Adam also had some images in the magazine this time around. Their wedding date was August 11, 2007 and they were married at St. Joseph Cathedral, reception at Hilton Easton.

Next we have Melissa and Mitch, who had fabulous details for their Darby Dan wedding on September 22, 2007.

And last but not least we have Katie and Travis, who had their wedding and reception at Royal American Golf Club on December 15, 2007, the only day it snowed that month!!

One more of my images made it into the magazine in the form of an advertisement for Buckeye Sounds, a DJ company. We worked together on Adriann and Reid's wedding and Rod, the DJ, absolutely flipped when he saw this image I shot of Adriann and Reid's first dance among the bubbles his company had provided, so much so that he had to have it to promote his company. I really like this image myself!!

Congratulations to everyone who made it into the magazine!

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