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raegan & joe: married|grand cayman destination wedding photographer

i’ve already designed my beloved raegan & joe’s wedding album…so i’m going to post those layouts in lieu of a more normal gwyn-style wedding post.  this is quite possibly my most very favourite wedding album design EVER.  thanks again to tammy for coming to shoot and contributing some of these incredible images!


we started off shooting the rehearsal dinner…she wanted complete coverage of the weekend in her album.


(there was an error in the layout rendering…they’re all supposed to be b&w…oops!)


these are all tammy’s.


(these are all tammy’s, too.)


(another good reason to hire a 2nd shooter…this moment from 2 perspectives!)


(i liked tammy’s shots of the kiss better than mine…check out that BLUUUUUUEEEE SKY!)

and last but not least…arguably my favourite spread…in the history of wedding album spreads.

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Rachel24 June 2009 - 23:17

I gasped. This is magical, Gwyn. You are hot stuff.

Lance24 June 2009 - 23:22

I concur!

Gail25 June 2009 - 09:15

Umm yeah, so looking at these images makes me want to stump for legally allowing people to marry their spouse twice. Just so I could do it again, destination style, and have you duplicate these images for me and my hubby.

WELL DONE!

gwyn25 June 2009 - 09:42

gail…it’s called “vow renewal”…just let me know when to buy the ticket for. 😀

Amanda25 June 2009 - 19:07

What a gorgeous wedding!

I think my favorite is the unfocussed close up of their feet on the dock..
And I love the last layout! So colorful and fun

Hussey Photography1 July 2009 - 10:16

These photos are flippin’ AMAZING!!!
What a gorgeous wedding!!!!!
you did such an awesome job capturing their day!!!!
WOW!!!

-Tim

Steve1 July 2009 - 16:00

Wow, Gwyn! I love the photos, and I love how you lay them out; really minimalist!

ken kienow18 July 2009 - 15:32

yeah that last spread rules…great color choices.

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