Heather & Colin's East Hampton Wedding
On the distinctive, lush grounds of Baker House 1650 in East Hampton, NY, Heather & Colin’s wedding was an intimate family affair. Their ceremony was held under a shade tree on the back lawn allowing me to find an unusual angle that highlights the closeness with their guests. I love the range of expressions in this very special moment. Make sure to enjoy their complete wedding story here.
All of our computers are precision calibrated monthly using the i1 Display Pro colorimeter. As a display ages, its colors rendition changes slightly… calling for a fresh adjustment. We use Apple’s iMac for its perfect marriage of power and beautiful display characteristics thanks to IPS technology. Editing in the studio is performed in natural window light when available and by daylight balanced illumination when the sun sets.
Every year we order prints from a dozen pro labs for critical comparison. It’s essential that what we see on our studio displays is what the final print looks like. The examples above are all from different labs… made from the same digital file. It’s amazing to see the range of output. When you order an enlargement from a gallery, we individually optimize each image for print and then send it off for review by our lab’s color technician before being sent to production on premium lustre papers by Fuji.
Large Format Fine Art Stock
Our standard prints are beautiful and are made to provide an accurate, true-to-life reproduction of the original work. For enlargements 12×18 and larger, we are proud to offer a line of archival grade Museum Prints produced on German fine art stock. Lush colors, warm undertones, and a luxurious matte finish provide for a stunning, nuanced statement piece. These must be seen in person – if you’d like a 5×7 sample, please contact the studio.
Precision on the Run
You never know when the opportunity will arise to share images with friends, family and colleagues. For this reason, we will even measure and calibrate mobile devices like this iPad to share images in their best light.