Winnig the Lottery = Leica M10

OK, So if we win the $640 million Lottery today, this is what we will get: a Leica M10 provably to be realeased in May.

Leica M10

This Leica M10 camera concept was created by Svein Gunnar Kjøde:

  • Hybrid framelines illuminator; the illuminator window will have a blind for LED for tricky lighting situations
  • Variable inserts for multiple grip/strap combinations
  • Black look
  • Design that bridge the M9 Titanium and the standard M9
  • Larger rear display
  • Revised scroll-wheel, more space for that big thumb (and for the exchangeable grips)

Read more on LeicaRumors.com: http://leicarumors.com/2011/09/08/leica-m10-camera-concept.aspx/#ixzz1qdVvJ2KC

Al Ojeda Photography – New Jersey Wedding Photographers – Also Serving NY, CT and East PA

Contact: ida@alojeda.com – 908 240 3240

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Olde Mill Inn Wedding Photos *

From our experience, more than often, couples look for their wedding photos to be classy with a modern touch… Here, wedding pics from a wedding held at the very nice Olde Mill Inn, Basking Ridge…

As wedding photographers, we adapt to the couples requests, this particular couple didn’t want anything too dramatic, we added a little artistic touch to a few… 

Olde Mill Inn Wedding Photos

Al Ojeda Photography – New Jersey Wedding Photographers – Also Serving NY, CT and East PA – Destination Weddings

Contact: ida@alojeda.com – 908 240 3240

Sneak Peek | David’s Country Inn Wedding Photos

Yet another fantastic wedding at the David’s Country Inn

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"Al Ojeda Photography - New Jersey Wedding Photographers - David's Country Inn wedding photos"

More pics coming soon…

Al Ojeda Photography – New Jersey Wedding Photographers – Also Serving NY, CT and East PA

Contact: ida@alojeda.com – 908 240 3240

Photographer’s Vests

Being a Wedding Photographer requires being on top of the game not wasting any time carrying bags while we run after our Brides and Grooms…

A vest is the best solution to have everything handy… So with Al we studied the different pockets we really needed. Using my designing skills, we came out with a more fashionable/stylish photographer vest in which we can have our batteries, memory cards, lenses, photo checklists, keys, etc, with us.

This was a long overdue New Year’s Resolution which I finally had done.

Ida

Al Ojeda Photography – New Jersey Wedding Photographers – Also Serving NY, CT and East PA

Contact: ida@alojeda.com – 908240 3240

Helpful Wedding Invitation Tips by Forever Friends Stationery

The average engaged couple spends an entire year planning for their wedding day and there is a certain look and feel that each couple wants for their affair.

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During the process, wedding colors and a theme gets chosen. Then, eventually the venue will be decided. One important element that should not be left for the last minute is your wedding invitations as they play a very important role. Save-the-dates only tell half of the story because until you send out your wedding invitations, most of your guests don’t know when and where your ceremony or reception will take place. Therefore, they are a really big deal.

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Keep in mind when looking for your invitations that they do more than tell your guests the times and locations, they also let guests know the kind of wedding to expect. So, if you are planning a fun Peacock Themed Wedding, choose an invitation that features a peacock’s colors or perhaps even the imprint of a peacock feather.
Once you’ve found the invitation that matches the atmosphere you want for your special day, ordering them on time is just as important. Try to place your order at least 8-12 weeks before your wedding day as it will give you at least two weeks to check your proofs for mistakes before they are printed. Reading through the proofs is very important. You want to be sure that the names; the date; the time of both ceremony and reception; the location of the ceremony as well as the reception; directions and all the other wedding details are printed correctly. Also, you must have a response card, with the date, that gives you enough time to come up with a total head count for your affair. You should allow for a three to four (3-4) week response time for your guests to reply back; for example, if your wedding day is Saturday, July 22nd the response date to be printed on the card would be June 22nd. Even if it looks good to you, have at least one of your friends read it through just in case you might have missed something.

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Once your invitations are printed, they should be in the mail no later than four (4) weeks before your special day, however, if you are planning a destination wedding, sending your invitations out at least eight (8) weeks before the wedding day is recommended to give guests time to make necessary arrangements before they travel. One last tip is to make sure you have the post office hand-cancel your outer envelopes. This way your wedding invitations don’t get ruined by going through the machine.

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By Beth Fruchtman owner of Forever Friends – Fine Stationery and Favors.

About Beth in her own words: I’ve been a creative person ever since I was a little girl. I loved drawing and painting! I wanted to find a way to bring my creative flare, combined with my advertising degree, to the business world.

Contact: 516.721.2635 – rbfhold@hotmail.com

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Guest appearance from one of our Preferred Vendors: Forever Friends. Thanks Beth for sharing your expertise with Brides and Grooms to Be.

Photos in this post have Forever Friends Copyrights.

Al Ojeda Photography – New Jersey Wedding Photographers – Also Serving NY, CT and East PA – Destination Weddings

The A B C of Wedding Photography

A – Photojournalism, pics must tell the story of the day, subjects are taken with elements surrounding them that tell you a certain message, no non-sense photos. Moments and reactions!

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B – Portraits, either traditional or more candid style, couple’s, family and wedding party photos. Your photographer must know how to pose subjects making them look natural…

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C – The wedding theme and/or details captured , in photography language, they would be “products” nicely arranged and creatively illuminated…

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Tips for Brides & Grooms: When going through a prospective wedding photographer’s portfolio, make sure you see all A B C range, if not there, you better look somewhere else…

Al Ojeda Photography – New Jersey Wedding Photographers – Also Serving NY, CT and East PA – Destination Weddings

Contact: ida@alojeda.com – 908 240 3240