January 3, 2012

best wedding images of 2011 – New Jersey wedding photographer

2011 was another busy year for me as a wedding photographer. This slideshow features some of my favorite wedding and engagement session images of 2011. If you are interested in using me as your wedding photographer, please have a look at my wedding portfolio and contact me.



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1 Georg Formanek January 4, 2012 at 8:06 am

Hi Neil,
I have the following question. Last Chrismas, when I took pictures of my family (of course insider), my nice asked me, if she also could take some pictures. Since I´m shooting with a Nikon D3s im manual mode, i wondered, how I could set the camera in a way, that even my nice could make good pictures.

I did the following. Camera mode A, dialed in -2 EC and since I’m shooting Nikon I also dialed in + 1,3 FEC. Could that not be quite an easy method for situations, when you have to be quick?

Kind regards,


2 Neil vN January 4, 2012 at 8:30 am

Georg .. that could work, if you checked to see that the different compensations actually did give you correct exposure. Personally, I’d just put the camera in manual mode, and use TTL flash to give me correct exposure … instead of futzing around with exposure comp and flash exp comp.


3 Joe Schmidt January 4, 2012 at 10:50 am

Great images in you slide show Neil. Your the best. Other photographers can learn a lot from you. Look forward to seeing more in 2012.


4 Bryan Madrid January 4, 2012 at 7:21 pm


The thumbnail you selected for your 2011 recap is one of my favorite images of 2011. I even commented on this when you posted the wedding pictures. Great choice to showcase your work.

Love your work and photographic excellent. Can’t wait to see what you share with us in 2012.


5 David January 5, 2012 at 2:45 pm

Firstly, Happy New Year Neil, to you & family!

Wow! A great portfolio of work, some beautiful images, shame about the rest!
Kidding!! :D Looks like you have had a very interesting and productive year, like the way you have presented your photographs also your choice of music.

You forgot one great image though… :)

Hope 2012 is a great year for you.



6 David January 5, 2012 at 11:01 pm

Oops! When posted the link to the image of you (in my previous post), missed that you said “my favorite wedding photographs”.

Congratulations on an excellent years wedding work!



7 rajoo January 8, 2012 at 3:43 pm

Stunning images of your work. Need to look again, stop at some of the images to figure out what I would have to do to get similar results. I have learnt a lot from you at this site. Inspiring.


8 Jamie January 10, 2012 at 4:43 am

Knockout work thanks for all your tips and tricks over the last year looking forward to seeing this new years developments have a great and prosperous healthy one


9 Mike January 31, 2012 at 5:49 am


Lovely set of images (which almost goes without saying).

One thing did strike me though… There’s a few images where the camera is at an obvious tilt which in itself can add to the composition, but there are some (particularly with water in the background) where I wouldn’t have been able to help myself and rotated in post so they are horizontal!

Is this something which you introduce intentionally or is it something which doesn’t bother you so much (the way it does me!). Obviously there’s no right or wrong, just wondered?



10 Neil vN January 31, 2012 at 2:07 pm

Mike .. apparently it doesn’t bother me much. ;)
But I do have to make a conscious decision to keep my camera level. Tendonitis in my right elbow from swinging heavy cameras around, don’t help either.

As an aside, here’s an article on tilted compositions in photography.


11 Tony Sale January 31, 2012 at 4:10 pm

Neil a brilliant collection of images, what a fantastic year you had and thank you again for being so generous with your help and advice.


12 Michael March 12, 2012 at 11:43 pm

your photo showing the father’s (smiling) reflection in the car window is a fantastic result.


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