"Capturing Love Beyond Words" by Delaware Perfect Wedding Guide

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CAPTURING LOVE BEYOND WORDS

Posted on July 5, 2016

 

 

Foschi Orner maids reaction in church

Capturing Love is what is being served in this Morning Cup of Wedding, and it is captured so well byPhotography by Foschi of Wilmington, Delaware.  Pictures are worth, in so many cases, what words can’t even say. The faces at the wedding of Mr and Mrs Glenn show so much genuine love and endearment that goes beyond words, and that capture is priceless!

Pink roses popped against the royal blue gowns worn by the loving and so lovely bridesmaids, and maybe one “not so lovely” bridesmaid (see photo below)

Foschi Orner Bridesman in dress

Wouldn’t any wife want to be gazed at unknowingly by their husband like this groom is gazing at his bride.

Foschi Orner Groom looking at bride

Love the emotions captured on these faces.

The ceremony of Mr and Mrs Glenn was followed by beautiful sunny day for photos at Concordville Inn.

Never, never forget to have FUN at your wedding!

Pink roses represent poetic romance.

And, I know, they will live happily ever after!

Foschi Orner kiss by gazebo

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Photography:  Foschi Photography

Reception Venue: Paxon Hallow Country Club

 

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Fall Photos Make The Best Gifts - Christmas Special

Much of the retail market and mass media are showering the internet, television and newspaper ads with the "hottest" toys, gifts and trinkets for upcoming Christmas season. While these items are a hit with the relatives, why not give a sentimental gift? A family portrait is a great Christmas gift.

 

 

Whether the photo session is a family portrait, recent wedding pictures, or an engagement session, a photograph is a cherished gift. Photographs are an ideal way to celebrate a special occasion, to cherish the growth of children from year to year and to be able to see loved ones when living away.

 

At Christmastime, you want to give the meaningful and useful gift. A professional photograph can add a special touch to a photomontage, and it is a definite way to put a smile on someone's face.

 

Anyone will take pictures, but the quality of the photograph might be compromised. A professional photographer knows how to capture the best light, highlight the beauty of the subjects and snap the lens when the best opportunity arises.

 

Right now is the most suitable time to schedule a photography session. The fall foliage is stunning and serves as the most natural backdrop; no additional props are needed. Fall is also a time of year where you can actually get outside for a photo shoot.

 

Waiting until right before Christmas, you are at the mercy of the cold and weather. In addition, prolonging a shoot could result in your photographs not being developed until after Christmas. Professional photographers book quickly around holiday time and average turnaround for finished products can take time.

 

To schedule a professional photography session, contact Foschi Photography today and ask about our holiday savings. We are currently giving a special price on Christmas cards. Giving the gift of a professional family photo makes for the perfect gift.

 

 

 

Fall Family Photography

It’s not too hot or too cold, it’s just right. You can feel that the crispness in the air, the leaves have turned an array of different colors and at the local stores it is pumpkin spiced everything. In Delaware, you know the autumn weather is upon us. With the fall colors, there’s no better backdrop for family photographs or portraits.

 

Fallen leaves on the ground, bales of hay, specially carved pumpkins, and your family together in one place, can really bring the ambience to a great picture. Nature can be an amazing wonder, and why not capture those great moments on film, and share that magic with your distant family and friends.

 

That’s where the professional staff at Foschi Photography can help make special allurement happen. Put their 30 years of knowledge and expertise to the test.

 

Fall Family Day at Foschi Photography is coming up on Saturday, October 11th. This is great time to get your family together on a beautiful weekend and make the most of a photogenic opportunity, with Mother Nature as the backdrop. And with the holidays just around the corner, these pictures can be an awesome add-on to include with any gift.

 

So if you are in or around the Wilmington area, contact the Foschi Studio and reserve your shoot time. It’s $49.95 which includes the sitting fee and an 8x10. With limited times available, you don’t want to miss this chance. For more information on the event call 302-529-1339.

 

 

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It's not Too Late To Have Senior Portraits Done

Your senior portrait is an ideal representation of the big milestone ahead of you. Since graduating high school is the official ending and new beginning to your college journey, you'll want to capture it in a beautiful photograph.

 

There is no "perfect" time of year to have a senior portrait taken. In fact, now is a great time as school has only just begun. With the cooler temperatures and changing leaves, the fall season is absolutely stunning for outdoor senior pictures.

 

One factor to consider when scheduling your photography session is timeline. It can take time for your portraits to be ready for pictures. Plus, you will want to take into account the amount of time you need to choose the best shot for the school yearbook.

 

Since school is in session, scheduling a daytime shoot can be difficult. While I might be available during the day, you won't be. We suggest booking on weekends for senior portraits, which will make picking a date much easier.

 

If you play a sport or are involved in extracurricular activities and want to include it in your photos, this is the best time for a photo shoot. Now is the time when students are given equipment and it's in the best condition.

 

If you haven't gotten your senior portraits taken yet, don't panic. September and the months to come are just fine for scheduling a shoot.

 

Top 5 Unique Senior Photos Ideas

Your senior photos are incredibly special. This is the photo represent you for as long as your school's yearbook is around. Of course, you want your photo to showcase your personality in a unique and interesting way.

 

With many options to choose from, we've narrowed it down to five unique senior photo ideas.

 

  1. Sports Photo – The senior photo with you in your uniform or with your favorite ball or bat are pretty popular. Almost everyone who plays a sport in high school gets their favorite sport-themed senior photos. However, make this unique by putting your own spin on it. Maybe you want an action shot of you getting ready to save a soccer ball flying toward the net, or sliding into home. Make it about your favorite memories, and you'll get an interesting photo you'll always love.
  2. Water Theme – Have your photos taken next to your favorite pond, lake, river, or any other body of water that means something to you. Whether you're sitting on the dock, in a boat, doing some fishing, or splashing in the water (if you're brave!) having a water-themed photo will definitely make you stand out in your class.
  3. In a Majestic Field – Okay, even if you cannot find a majestic field, a good photographer can make any field look beautiful. Find one with tall grass and beautiful trees in the background to bring out your nature-loving side. This works great for spring, summer, fall, and winter photos and allows for many different poses.
  4. In the Forest – Going along with the nature theme, find a gorgeous forest to take some photos. The lighting will be interesting enough and the tall trees will make for a great setting. Perhaps you even have a forest area that is special to you - the wooded area in your backyard as a child or at a nearby park, for example.
  5. Bring in Your Heritage – This one goes straight to your roots. If your heritage means a lot to you, maybe you should consider honoring your ancestors in an interesting way. Find some authentic clothing from your heritage and wear it for your senior photos.

 

Whatever you choose, make it about you. Then you will look back on that photo in 20, 30, 50 years and still be proud of it!

 

 

Don’t Forget Your Senior Year – Now or Ever

Being a senior in high school can easily be one of the busiest, most exciting years of your life. Between prom, graduation, applying for colleges, and just finishing the rest of your classes, it can be easy to overlook one important thing: senior pictures!

Unlike the previous years of your education, most schools allow students to get creative when it comes to their senior portraits. Rather than show up for school and have your picture taken in front of a bland background, you actually have the chance to create a unique image that captures your personality and style. Before getting your senior pictures taken there are a few things to consider.

•    One thing to decide is the type of setting for your picture. Do you want to be in front of a premade background, in your home, or even outside? The choice is really up to you and the decision can have a large impact on the overall look of your portrait.

•    Going along with this you also have to consider your outfit. You will want to choose an outfit that represents your look while also going along with your chosen background. Some people also decide to have props in their portrait including things that represent their interests such as a musical instrument, sports equipment or personal interest pieces.

•    Deciding what type of finished product you want is also a good idea. Do you want only digital copies, wallet-sized pictures to give out to friends, or large portrait sizes to hang in your home? Most people choose a mix of these options and others allowing them to have their pictures available at all times.

These are just a few of things to think about before deciding on your senior portrait. Remember, enjoy your last year of high school and get in touch with Foschi for all of your photography needs.