You Gotta Believe.
When photographing an event, it is often the little details that make a difference.
While Traci was getting her hair done, I caught this moment that says it all.
The Heat of Competition.
During the Worcester Best Chef Competition, steam rises from the pots of chef Brian Treitman.
The Little Things.
Of course, these little things are not details...
Posing the beautiful rings of the newly wedded couple and using the correct macro lens and window light to capture them in all their glory is one of those key parts in good wedding coverage.
Focus on What is Cooking.
Chef Barry Sexton eyes the culinary action on stage at the Worcester Best Chef competition, as he prepares to comment on the proceedings.
One thing not to be overlooked in event photography is that there are key elements that are a must-have in proper coverage.
Clearly, the flowers are one such element in a wedding.
Being prepared and keeping a list ensure great results.
During canine agility competitions dogs take flight with great enthusiasm.
Capturing these moments is one of the great joys of event photography.
NY Comic Con Cosplay.
Covering events can lead to photography opportunities at all times, such as happened with this great cosplayer at NY Comic Con.
Catching the Moment.
During events, it pays to keep track of all that is going on, so that moments of bliss are not missed.
Catching the Fun (and Air).
Timing is a critical element in catching the fun and spectacular performances at an event.
Going full speed over an A-Frame this dog is clearly flying.
Cooking Up A Storm.
During the 2012 Worcester Best Chef Competition, chef Christopher Rovezzi is working his magic in front of a crowd.
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