Thursday, December 25, 2008

Merry Christmas! Did you get engaged?

J. Mitchel Photography want to wish a very Merry Christmas to all the Long Island and NYC soon to be Brides that may have gotten engaged this Christmas. Now it's time to tell the world!

If your man (or woman) popped the question this Christmas, let me know! I will give you a $100 print credit for your Engagement Session! You can use this towards announcement cards, or for great photos of yourselves as a romantic couple! Take a look at the website to see my portfolio or look me up on Facebook

J. Mitchel Photography provides amazing Wedding photography for couples on a budget. If you want great Wedding inexpensive Photography in Nassau, Suffolk Queens, Brooklyn or anywhere in the Metro NYC area, call Jeff at J. Mitchel Photography and see why you don't need to spend a fortune to have a creative and professional Wedding Photographer that is inexpensive.
516 236 9277

Friday, December 19, 2008

Snow? What happened to Global Warming!

If slush counts, we may get a white Christmas yet!
We got a couple of inches of the white fluffy stuff here on Long Island on dig your Flexible Flyer out of the garage and head to the hills!

Ok, on the South Shore we don't have many head to the Atlantic Beach bridge and join the folks sledding down the side of the embankment.
What? That's what we did as kids....we didn't have hills where I grew up.

Monday, December 15, 2008

J. Mitchel's photos Featured in Popular Photography and American Photo Magazines !

I have images in Popular Photography and American Photo Magazines in the January 2009 issues.

The below is just an image of the article...pick up a copy for the full deal!
The images are from an instructional seminar I attended in October and were chosen from hundreds of entries. Mine is on the upper right, circled in red. The image itself kind of mirrors my feelings about wedding photography.

I treat weddings are art. Images from each one are different from the rest and reflective of the couples personalities and their specific event.

One of the many things that separates me from other wedding photographers is that I constantly shoot creative images of everyday situations and places in a way that nobody has seen before. The images I shoot describe the time, place event and people in a way that makes you feel like you were there...and that is what photojournalism is all about!

In this case, the Brooklyn Bridge has been photographed countless times....but yet this image tells the story of the day like no other has.
And that is the way I shoot your wedding. Beautiful images that describe the day in a way nobody else can.

J. Mitchel Photography provides outstanding wedding and event photography in metro NY for less than you would think.

Friday, December 12, 2008

J. Mitchel Photography Wishes it's Architectural & Interiors Clients Seasons Greetings

I want to take a moment and say "Thank You" all the clients of J. Mitchel Interiors & Architectural Imaging. It has been a busy year with some amazing projects, and although the current climate is challenging, I know the best will survive. And that group includes firms like Bovis Lendlease, Sotheby's and Archstone. Now is the time to innovate and show your stuff. I know you can do it!

I want to wish all of you and your families a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
I look forward to providing you with the images that best show your work on new projects in 2009.

J. Mitchel Interiors & Architectural Imaging provides outstanding images to the construction & architectural trade as well as real-estate professionals. You are good. We make you look that way!

Friday, December 5, 2008

It's Beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

Even the street meat vendors are getting into it!

Monday, December 1, 2008

Season's Greeting to our Long Island Wedding & Events Clients from J. Mitchel Photography

I want to take just a moment and say "Thank You" to all the couples I was able to work with this year. Being a part of your weddings was very special to me...and I know you have said it shows in the images I delivered to you all.
Enjoy your first Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa ( I think I got everybody in there, but if I missed someone...let me know!) together. It is a magical time and something you will always remember. Guys....I know this isn't necessarily your thing...but seriously...write something meaningful and personal to your Wife on the card this year. Signing the Hallmark card "Love Hubby" doesn't cut it. Remember, your spouse is the greatest gift you will ever get...until you have children.

Happy Holidays,
J. Mitchel Photography