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This COVID-19 Pandemic has been changing every plan that you have probably set for the next month or so. Keeping you bound to your house and probably making you go nuts! This is a good time to do some SERIOUS wedding planning during this time. I have come up with 5 ACTIONS you can take […]

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5 STEPS you can take for planning your Wedding Photography during COVID-19

  This month I am featuring an image I took on a trip I did earlier in the year. It was taken in the small island of Gorée, just across the bay from Dakar, Senegal.    400 years ago the first slaves where brought to the coast of North America. The Island of Goree served as one […]

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Image of the Month – August 2019

  What a fun Engagement Session I had with Monica and Glen at Central Park and Lincoln Center.  I’m very much looking forward to their wedding in September at the Rainbow Room.   wedding date | 9.28.19venue |Rainbow Room New York wedding photographer | Roberto Falck Photography Website |        

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Monica and Glen Engagement Session | Central Park & Lincoln Center

  It is wedding season, so this month I am featuring an image from an engagement session I did in California last December. These kind of sessions are great fun because I get to know my clients before their big day… and why not, we get some fun photos in the process…   Do you […]

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Image of the Month – July 2019

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