Last weekend, Christina and I made a quick trip to the Outer Banks of North Carolina to stand witness at her Mother's wedding. The "OBX", as it's called, is where mid-Atlantic country folk go to play on the beach. It also happens to be where the airplane was invented: more on that in another post.
I got to play wedding photographer for the short-but-sweet ceremony. I'm really happy with some of the shots. I used an ND filter at times to counteract the bright sun while my aperture was wide open.
Shooting a wedding is stressful because you know how much it means to the subjects. You don't want to get in the way but you need to capture the moment. And let's face it, I barely know what I'm doing.
See the full set of photos here.