Previously unpublished photo from Khon Kaen, Thailand night market, February 28, 2002. © Eric Bucholtz, all rights reserved. Minolta X-370 35mm body, 50mm f/1.7 lens, Fuji cheap bulk pack film ISO800.
A few days back Sara made up a tasty and colorful dish for lunch. I call it Super Macaroni. The colorful dish begged to be photographed before devoured. I saw her creative side years before we ran around with cameras together. She has an uncanny knack of making art out of just about anything she finds, tasty food included. I've always →
Happy 2nd Anniversary! What an awesome first Christmas these two celebrated back in 2006, the same year as my first newlywed Christmas. This year as it's single-digit temperatures we're looking back on the nearly 50-degree wedding day we shared with Katie and Nathan to think warm thoughts as Christmas nears. (Is global warming on vacation or what?!) Click the photo above of →
Runs on cuteness. Recharges with naps and milk.
Winter's still here. Snow melted a little, but cold wind hasn't yet disappeared. Think warm thoughts. I'm wrapping up a stack of summer wedding albums, and this photo Sara took of Zach and Jacqueline making an exit from their wedding at Holy Cross Church has a great warm summer day feel. Enjoy. :)
A duet of the photographers found in Stacie & Bryan's gallery. Stacie's daughter Lexi asked if she could take a picture with Sara's camera, so while Sara instructed her I photographed the lesson. Voila - photographer double shot. :)
Tonight Sara and I wrapped up our fourth year photographing together (our third year as my full-time job) with a superb finale celebrating with Nicole and Scott. Believe it or not, I (Eric) love shooting salon photos. Lots of color, shapes, fun with the bride and her friends, time to test out ideas, coffee... and today, numbers. The numbered containers of →
This week was all topsy-turvy. Hard to describe the feeling. Lots of changing weather, lots happening at home, lots of work to do for all the cool couples working with us to wrap up their super cool wedding albums. It never slowed for a second. Thursday Sara was out of town for an overnight business trip and I got to watch →
Saturday was Sweetest Day, and it was the kickoff of our Sweetest Weekend of celebrations. It was by far sweetest day for a wedding celebration for Jaclyn and Tim! We started at the salon, went to the church, put the guys aboard ship, the Newlyweds were married, walked on to old stones, were off to the Lake, wobbled out into the →
Butterfly in the sky, Newlyweds fly twice as high! It's 2am and I started singing the Reading Rainbow theme song while editing this shot from Melanie and Mark's wedding last weekend. Definitely time for bed but wanted to get this favorite photo up to see first. Instead of having birdseed, bubbles, petals or any other kinds of cute-turned-projectile sent their way →
Hard to believe it was only and already 3 years ago that our friends Rachelle and Joshua were married. At the time Sara and I were still in our single days and it was a look through Sara's photos of the day that convinced me that we should photograph together. What better way to begin our photography business than celebrating →
Last summer I picked up the classically cheap and funky photo making Holga camera as part of my creative escape from the immediacy and trigger happy shooting of digital photography. The Holga has become a quick low tech favorite of mine, and I've had some pretty cool candid snaps printed from some of our summer weddings. One of my favorites →