Greatefullllllllllll. Thank you Jerry and Melissa.
These are lovely as usual Jerry. I met you in Covington KY after your presentation, you’re truly one of the nicest people I’ve met in the industry. Bravo!
You make awesome look so effortless! I can only hope to be this creative as time goes by. Great work keep it up!
These images might be slightly gorgeous The prayer one is so simple – love how it looks like they have no idea the lens is on them.
Wonderful images, and and inspiration to me in my own work.
Beautiful work. I love the image with the frosted glass. Simply spectacular.
Thanks for your comments! It was a gorgeous wedding…beautiful people.
Beautiful photos! I especially love the delicate mood of the group prayer, as well as the shot of the couple with the creative umbrella!
Awesome as always. How do you get that great reactions from the couple? Well done.
Absolutely gorgeous couple! I am wedding photographer cannes! May all the couples I shoot be as warm and sweet! Bless you!
Your photography is getting better with every single shoot. I mean this is just incredible. I’m so impressed by that first and last shot. Awesome job and the couple is beautiful.
Amazing photos! Beautiful couple!
you are pure inspiration, you’re the best teacher photos
amazing as always! My favorite shoot is when everyone prays for bride.. solid calm colors.. and such an rich image!
Great goods from you, man. I’ve understand your stuff previous to and you are just extremely wonderful. I really like what you’ve acquired here, really like what you’re stating and the way in which you say it. You make it entertaining and you still care for to keep it smart. I can not wait to read far more from you. This is really a tremendous website.
Love the storytelling here. Really well-executed Jerry!
Just found the time to look up your blog Jerry – wow, what have I been missing? These are simply stunning. Hopefully get to meet you at the convention in January?
You did a remarkable job with this one J.
I LOVE that final shot! Awesome.
Love your work Jerry….as always. I’ve done a couple of weddings where all the girls pray together in a small group, it’s always very emotional… glad you did the run and captured this.
still one of my favorite weddings you have done…and yes i am partial to the couple too! lol
The groom looks so like Paul McCartney it’s scary! lol! The finale picture is truly stunning. I’ve been experimenting with this backlit raindrops look, but haven’t nailed it yet. :-/ You’re work is a real inspiration to me… loving this wedding!!
nice images & nice story telling:)
Amazing – that final photograph is fantastic! I love the use of the abandoned building too. I’m a big fan over in the UK
Beautiful as always!
WOW! Beautifull shots
Jerry, amazing, such an inspiration. Wish you could have come to Florida to photograph my wedding. I saw you speak at the PPA convention in Orlando a few years ago, and some of your ideas and words still ring in my head on every wedding I shoot.
Brian C Idocks
Amazing set of wedding images! Your work is really an inspiration!
On the finale image, what is catching the light? Is it rain?
The prayer shot is genius!
wow – the pics are stunning – I love the prayer pic and the last one – good job !
wow.. simply amazing
Awesome! I love your photos.
Stunning pictures, love the light.
Just discovering your work now !
wrt to the photos–really dig that last one and the color in the backlit droplets.
That last photograph is insanely beautiful! So inspirational!
awesome work as usual Jerry!
Love the last shot!
Stunning work! Really love the last image.
So simple and yet so beautiful! Congrats!
What do you think of photographing people who are in prayer, like this family&friends? I know some find it invasive and it just doesn’t make sense to say: “Hey you guys… can I take a picure of you praying?”
Love your pictures, talks… inspirational.
wow! I love these photos and the layout of your blog. I’m glad I stumbled across your site. Keep it up!
lovely as usual, the personality of the couple is spewing out of every image! But I’d love to know how the last photo was created.
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