EDIT: This was originally written in November 2013
Hey everyone. It looks as though another year is ready to end and a new one is about to unfold. The time seems to fly by as I am sure you may notice. It's been a great year for Brett Missick Photography. Slowly, things are starting to unfold little by little for me and more business is coming my way. This year I worked with some folks on holiday pet portraits and had a great time. I also had the great honor of shooting my Travis and Michelle's wedding back in November at the Elfer's Community Center in New Port Richey, Florida. Wedding photography is a totally different game compared to that of the other photography disciplines and was a challenge in many ways. These challenges were not a bad thing. I was challenged to be fluid for an extended period of time and be maintain creativity at all times. When you shoot landscape or concert, the images just appear before you. Granted, you need to be able to anticipate where the opportunities will arise, but they happen before you nonetheless. Wedding photography requires the ability to be creative and dynamic all at the same time which can be difficult. Situations arise and moments happen which you had not anticipated and in the end you must adapt and mold each situation to obtain the best images. By the end of the day I was exhausted mentally and physically but very proud of what we were able to accomplish. The day began with rain with an outdoor ceremony planned. As the morning unfurled the rain began to curtail and by afternoon it had stopped completely and we were blessed with a great afternoon outside. I am so happy to have been a part of this day with Travis and Michelle.
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