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Every day provides new opportunities for learning. Every day is a learning day for a working professional. It is particularly instructive to go back and look at past work, and to reconsider images once created in terms of what I’ve learned since. This layout from Beth and James’ wedding a couple of years ago is a good example. The first time around, I produced all these images in color. This time, a little kiss of warm black and white. And if you are planning a wedding, this is also an example of what a page layout for an album could look like.





Posted by: David    Tags:  , , , , , , , ,     Posted date:  September 18, 2011
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David Ferraro first picked up a camera in 1958 when his parents gave him a Kodak Brownie for his eighth birthday. Thus began a lifelong passion for photography and image making. He began his media career as a news photographer, and transitioned into video in the seventies. Over the last forty years, he built a career creating images and telling stories. David learned early on that a producer-director is first and foremost an interpreter, telling a story through ideas and images. That what Impact Photography, one of the premier wedding photographers in Hampton Roads, does: tells your story through carefully crafted images. Let David and Impact Photography interpret your event, create your portrait, and tell your story.