Sunday, June 18, 2006

Nicole & Chet

Nicole and Chet are getting married next month in Charleston. Chet is in the military and we found a weekend where he happened to be in town. So we headed down to Anderson for a little fun and shoot at Freedom Weekend Aloft. Nicole has a total aura about her, and it was a pleasure capturing her personality. We unexpectedly found ourselves out late and fireworks filled the night sky. Click Here. to view the slideshow.


Jumanjijuice said...

Sweet long exposure. Just proves the old adage, never leave your camera at home when there are fireworks! Coveting! Do you want to dish some technical imformation on this photo? Exposure, Tripod or not? Love it!

Charles Bordner said...


I don't take monopods or tripods on most shoots. For this particular shot I was ISO 1600 2.8 and probably around 30th of a second maybe 15th. I told my couple not to make sudden movements and I tried to be as still as I could. The Bride absolutely loved the fireworks shot. Thanks for coming over and commenting.

Anonymous said...

Great shot!!! I love the fireworks in the sky. Great comp & colors!

Kayla (OSP)

Nicole and Chet said...

We had such a fabulous time with Charles. He really made us feel so comfortable and was able to truly capture our love for each favorite shots are the last one of the Fireworks, the one of us standing in front of the carousel together, and the one where Chet is shooting darts. Thank you so much for capturing a day in our lives!

Charles Bordner said...

Thank you Nicole and Chet. Your comments are too kind, and I am honored to have captured this day. You have a great family and friends, and I love brides like yourself. When I started this business I never thought that I would get to know people on such a personal level. Thanks again. See you soon!!!!!

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