October 11, 2008

Rock the Vote

Wedding

Pacific Weddings Magazine recently ran a contest to see which image they would print on the back page of their 10 year anniversary Winter/Spring 2009 issue.

They were looking for an image with a NOSTALGIC feel (note: not necessarily an old photo, but one that has a nostalgic sensibility). The photo was to capture a magical, emotional moment in a wedding celebration. It can be any extraordinary shot that instantly conveys emotion. This full page picture will appear on the Last Word page facing the back cover of the magazine. I entered a shot from Amanda and Justin’s wedding from this summer that I second shot with FC Wong.

It’s a very simple voting process, just post a quick comment with the number and image name (#9 Tenderly) with a brief comment. I am honored to have won a spot amongst these top 10 finalists!

click here or on the image below to cast your vote!

I’m so surprised at how many people have already voted so get out there and get me that spot on Pacific Weddings!

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