Neha & Kart got married in India a year & a half ago. On Saturday, they threw a huge (huge!) party for family & friends who couldn't attend the wedding. I'm currently working on the shots from the party and hope to blog some highlights tonight or tomorrow.
Early the day before the party, we met at the FDR Memorial in DC to shoot some portraits to display as guests entered the party. The idea was to incorporate the memorial's awesome waterfalls into some great portraits. But, as we learned to our dismay, the waterfalls aren't on at 7am. Yikes!
Neha and Kart were so fun and easy to shoot! They were very comfortable in front of the camera and had a lot of fun with the whole thing. Here are a few of my favorites from the first part of our shoot:
Just after we took this last shot, it had been about an hour and we had some great stuff. So, we decided to call it a day and I started packing up my gear. Promptly at 8, and right as I was about to zip up my camera backpack, we hear the waterfalls start. So, I pulled out the camera, we went to the big waterfall that commemorates FDR's fourth term and we shot several more portraits, including this one, my favorite of the day:
As always, there are few more shots in my flickr stream than are featured here on the blog, including a pretty funny shot of Kart goofing around.