Palace of Gold Couple Shoot, images for wedding photography

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This image was taken at my REAL wedding workshop for Ryan and Janette at the Palace of Gold in Moundsville, West Virginia.  I always love to incorporate the surroundings into the shots because that's the whole reason why the couple chose that place to get married.  Had a great time with the couple, the venue, and all the attendees!!

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Camera settings: Nikon D800, 1/250 sec at f/10, 14mm at ISO 50, flash fired.  Taken at 4:35pm.

Bridals at the Palace of Gold, images for wedding photography

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This image of Janette Britt was taken at the Palace of Gold in Moundsville West Virginia.  Having the opportunity to shoot inside of the Palace was amazing and I'm so grateful that we had the distinct honor to do so.  This was shot with a wide angle lens with me lying on the ground.

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Camera settings: Nikon D800, 1/60 sec at f/2.8, 14mm at ISO 500, flash fired.  Taken at 7:57pm.

Bridals at the Palace of Gold REAL wedding workshop, images for wedding photography

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This image was taken at my REAL wedding workshop at the Palace of Gold in Moundsville, West Virginia. This was taken the day before the wedding during Janette's bridal session which we always do before the day of the wedding at a REAL wedding workshop.  It was such a beautiful vista that I placed Janette on top of the bench and started shooting…

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Camera settings: Nikon D800, 1/200 sec at f/28, 14mm at ISO 50, flash fired.  Taken at 8:20pm.

Hare Krishna, Peace be unto you my bride

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I just loved this shot when I saw it because it looks like I'm trying to comfort my bride like in some Zen kind of a way when all I was actually doing was posing her…:)  This production image was taken at my REAL wedding workshop at the Palace of Gold in Moundsville, WV.  Just an AMAZING place!!!!

BLING! Ring shots on the rose petals and crystals, images for wedding photography

http://www.jasonlanierweddingphotography.com

I always love to find creative ways to create ring shots at weddings.  This was taken at the wedding for Dan and Stephanie at Lake Oak Meadows last month.  I took some crystals and rose petals, placed the rings in the middle, grabbed my lights, put on the macro lens, and went to work.  Hope you like it!

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Camera settings: Nikon D700, 1/250 sec at f/3.2, 105mm at ISO 400, flash did not fire.  Taken at 7:31pm.

Ring Shots on a wedding cake, images for wedding photography

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This image was taken at my wedding for Dan and Stephanie at Lake Oak Meadows in the Wine Country of Temecula.  It was a great wedding, and I placed the rings on top of the wedding cake topper, and you can see the rose petals that were part of the cake decoration on top.  Just a beautiful wedding….

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Camera settings: Nikon D700, 1/250 sec at f/3.5, 105mm at ISO 400, flash did not fire.  Taken at 7:36pm.

Locked Up Bride at the Moundsville Penitentiary, images for wedding photography

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This image was taken at the Moundsville State Penitentiary in Moundsville, West Virginia.  I just loved the lighting that we had during the shoot because it complemented the flash I was using to create some amazing lighting.  This bridal shoot was with the beautiful bride Brittany Heckel and was a blast to shoot!

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Camera settings: Nikon D800, 1/100 sec at f/2.8, 14mm at ISO 1000, flash fired.  Taken at 7:45pm.

Prison Bridals in B Block at the Moundsville State Penitentiary, images for wedding photography

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This image was taken at my wedding shoot at the Moundsville State Penitentiary in Moundsville West Virginia.  Having a wide angle lens in a place with so many lines, vanishing points etc. is just amazing.  For this shot I was using the Nikon 14mm super wide.  Just an amazing lens….

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Camera settings: Nikon D800, 1/200 sec at f/2.8, 14mm at ISO 2500, flash fired.  Taken at 7:50pm.