Tuesday, March 25, 2008

lisa + jonathan's e shoot at chamard vineyards

Mike shot all of these images below this- I love his post on them it really creates a kind of deeper, darker mood.

First off, I have to say that this upcoming workshop on April 7th is going to be nuts! The response to it has been amazing, I am so pumped for it! Remember to guarantee your spot you MUST pre-register, as we have to limit the size of the class to make sure everyone gets enough shooting time and post production attention. Please email me with any questions at carlateneyck@comcast.net

Mike and I had quite the week with back to back engagement shoots- after Lynne & Scott's we met up with Lisa & Jonathan at Chamard Vineyards in Clinton (my second time shooting there, they are SO nice to work with!) It was a nice contrast shooting there in the winter when the vineyard was all barren and kind of windswept to when I had shot there last fall. I really enjoyed the landscape, it had a really moody feel to it. After our wine tasting we headed to their beach in Madison with their dogs right as the sun broke through the clouds, it was really beautiful and totally worth the trip!

As they were running the dogs back to the car I saw this really cool whitewashed wall that I had to shoot Lisa on- she is such a natural in front of the camera!

Mike and I had a great time and loved the challenge of two shoots in a row in two very different locations and weather conditions. I think Mike knocked this shoot out of the park!


ideagirl said...

Looks fantastic as usual! Good job guys! Can't wait to meet you on the 7th...

xo t

Jean said...

love them all. of course the ring shot is killer.

nice shootin mike! the one on the rocks with the swirling background....very cool.

David Burke said...

Carla You ROCK! It was so great to hang out in Vegas!!! I am definitely going to be planning a trip up your way. Can't wait.


Robin Dini Photography said...

amazing job Mike! you can shoot with me anytime too :) Your images have an amazing feeling to them.

Salty Grapes said...

Oooh! Two of my favorite places... just beautiful!