Jeff Corazzini Wedding Photography

By: jeffcorazzini | July 10, 2017

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If you are looking for unique or laid-back feel, considering the daytime wedding is a great option.

Dates for Daytime Weddings are usually more readily available and often are accompanied by the elimination of food minimums and reduced package pricing.

Among all the advantages you get while having a day time wedding, Light, light and more light stands out the most! I am sure You are looking for vivid photography for Your Big Day. Nothing compares to natural light! When natural light comes through doors and windows, it can create an airy, romantic feeling to the picture the photographer takes.

Natural light is really going to bring out the natural beauty of the bride and the groom.

Already decided to have a daytime wedding, but not sure ...

By: jeffcorazzini | June 16, 2017

Wachusett Mountain is a gorgeous location for your New England wedding. I loved photographing Deanna and Nick for their summer wedding at the mountain! The lifts allowed amazing views, and also privacy at the top of the mountain for our photo shoot.  Here are my favorite pages from their wedding album layout.

To find out more about this venue, click on:  Wachusett Mountain Weddings.

Wachusett Mountain Weddings

By: jeffcorazzini | April 09, 2017

When it comes to posed group photos, I love doing them! I start with a more classic photo like the first one below.  After the traditional photos, I can start to add in different group shots based on my clients' personalities.  See the ones below to see how unique every wedding and every group is!

formal wedding photography
Old Sturbridge Village

By: jeffcorazzini | April 09, 2017

If I am approached for headshots, usually through my wedding clients, I am happy to do these! Here are samples from a recent headshot session I did in Boston for a very successful real estate firm !A big shout out to  Advisors living for having the exclusive listing for the new Pier4 condominiums located in the Seaport District of Boston.   Click to enlarge: