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This is one of those photos that make me feel good inside. Capturing a moment in a split second is all about documenting life.

I hope you like this as much as I loved capturing it.

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Couple of weeks ago, I got an inquiry from someone in Manhattan to order this image.

A little bit of background. This is a photo of my Panerai watch that I happen to be madly in love with. The Pam 104. The Panerai that has custom written all over it. Custom rubber strap from austria and custom imprint on the back.

Anyway, I didnt know this was considered art until now. One of the biggest compliments I ever recieved on my work.

People, tell me what looks good so I share it with you!

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This concept of photography is called “Trash The Dress”. This is a huge phenomenon currently internationally and in some national cities like LA and Miami.

We are proud to photograph a truly breathtaking collection of images taken at a tropical resort in Riviera Maya Mexico.

I always wanted to do this photoshoot on a tropical island and what better place to do it than Riviera Maya, Mexico. The photoshoot took about 3 hours from start to finish. The water was warm and Loreta just wanted to ‘trash’ the dress as you can see.The lighting couldnt be better. There was this amazing ray of sunlight hitting Loreta perfectly on the face the entire time. You call it magic and I call it the photographer’s dream come true – Perfect Sunlight!

We went in the sand. In the ocean and my favorite UNDERWATER! I still managed to get the $10,000 equipment in its finest form with not a single drop of water in!

By far the most fun I’ve had in a photoshoot. This was also a gift to her.

So go ahead, ask us how YOU can get your dress trashed! After the wedding, of course! 🙂
Location: Riviera Maya, Mexico.

For more photos Click Here.

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So, I was messing around with my new lens the other day which happenned to be out of this world. As any excited geek I was looking around for anything and I mean anything to shoot around the house. I then come across this little mask thingie which I am not sure how ended up in the house and happenned to be used in the refrigerator.

Anyhow,  I took the photo and I think it came out not bad at all… 🙂

The title came in when I shared the photo with a very good friend of mine, Neri, who responded with “Why so serious?” So I decided that the title was the best one to fit this photo…

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