My favorite photography backdrop is defiantly an urban city with, Sky Scrappers, Bridges, Taxies, and a lot of Pedestrians. Where better in the world to capture the urban street look then New York, The City that never Sleeps, The Big Apple, The Empire State, or commonly referred to as the Capital of the World. The Rosenblums traveled 1500 miles to experience New York for the very first time, and fell in love with the liveliness, vigor, and zest, this City presented. We were blessed to join a great couple, Jen and Andrew at The Brooklyn Bridge Park to photograph their love for one another. We easily captured Jen and Andrews love, laughter, smiles, and kisses, while getting perhaps the Worlds most Famous Bridge in the background. The Brooklyn Bridge is a hybrid cable-stayed/suspension bridge, that connects Manhattan and Brooklyn, since 1883. We where also lucky we had some great clouds to get a more dramatic look to our images. Perhaps our favorite photo shoot ever.
I could hardly describe my Families excitement as we traveled to New York for the first time, a matter of fact this was our first trip to The East Coast. It was quite the experience to explore The City That Never Sleeps, visiting Famous Stations, Cathedrals, Monuments, Arenas, Bridges and Statues, all by taxi, subway, bus, and a lot of walking. It was amazing being surrounded by huge buildings and so many people from all walks of life, and of course we brought or camera to document this vacation. We visited Grand Central Station, which opened to the public on February 2, 1913. Grand Central is a world-famous landmark and transportation hub in Midtown Manhattan. We went to the Time Square, the major commercial intersection, tourist destination, and entertainment center in Manhattan. Despite being in a real concrete jungle, we ended up in up in the Greatest, Greenest, urban oasis in perhaps the world, Central Park. Central Park is the most visited urban park in the United States. This was an experience we will cherish always.
We had a perfect Tucson February Day at the Catalina State Park, celebrating the Wedding Engagement of our new friends Reanna and Rafael. We hiked a short distance with our camera gear laughing with Reanna and Rafael in the cool desert air. We stumbled on the perfect location to photograph this loving couple, with saguaros, water, and mountain view backgrounds. We had a great time that evening as the sunset, and were impressed by the love Reanna and Rafael displayed for one another.
Congratulations Reanna and Rafael,
John and Lisa Rosenblum
What a great evening we spent with this happy couple, Ornella and Fleury, at the Tucson Ventana Canyon Resort, where Fleury preposed to Ornella. She said YES!
“To love is nothing. To be loved is something. But to love and be loved, that’s everything.” — T. Tolis
Congratulations Ornella and Fleury,
John And Lisa Rosenblum
The White Stallion Ranch is the best Arizona getaway for us city slickers. A Ranch, with gorgeous mountain views, stood since the 1900’s, was originally a cattle Ranch, but changed to a guest with great amenities. Trever who is a wrangler at the Ranch met his beautiful wife to be Jelisha, who is from the Netherlands, at this Ranch. They decided to marry here and when their Special Day finally arrived they both road in on horse back, as their guests watched with smiles, eager to see them exchange vows. They had their first kiss as man and wife in the middle of the best landscape Arizona has to offer, and we later joined Family and Friends for dinner, dancing, and libations in the White Stallion Banquet Room for the rest of the evening.
Congratulations Trever and Jelisha
John and Lisa Rosenblum
Less then a month away to see The Last Jedi, our Daughter Abby has to choose the Light Or the Dark Side.