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brenizer method // Luke and Julia on their wedding day

so, i have a confession to make. i’ve been neglecting my blog. i’ve been putting most of my time and effort into my Facebook page because it seems like it’s just easier for me and for everyone else. that being said, i’ve fallen off the face of the planet as far as google and the rest of the internet is concerned. couldn’t be further from the truth as i’m busier than ever editing the burst of weddings from the end of fall and finishing up the last weddings for this year. i hope to return to longer form blog posts next year, but it takes so long to assemble blog posts in the correct way it might be a rare thing. despite that i hope to update here with one off images i share on Facebook. i hope that’s okay and i look forward to bringing in 2014 with some really exciting news.

// by Sam Hurd

portrait of bride and groom

camera // nikon d4

lens // sigma 85 1.4

36 image brenizer method

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  • Sarah

    36 images? Wow. Good thing it wasn’t on the D800. Beautiful shot(s?).

  • the water is like glass. epic b-method.

  • Dang nice Brenzier man good work. Look forward to seeing more blog post from you in the future Sam.

  • Sam –

    The portrait looks awesome. I am sure that the couple is thrilled with the result!


  • Sydney

    This photo is amazing and exactly why your work is so awesome!

  • Great detail. I guess that why you use the Brenzier

  • Dylan said it. I am seriously blown away by the reflection of that water. Holy Mole!

    This is just stupid pretty.

  • wonderful reflection and color rending of the picture.

  • Amazed to watch this beautiful couple standing beside the lake.

  • Beautiful work. I love your use of architecture in the bottom two.I wanted to see more colored photos here, but your creativity was catching my eyes in every photograph.