Michael is an award-winning wedding photographer with Andre Reichmann Photography, a family studio with more than 40 years of experience capturing the beauty of still life.
This couple was up for anything. So when we suggested a short walk to one of our favorite spots outside the venue, of course we would end up with one of the most memorable photos of the night.
I loved this beautiful couple and incredible vintage car. What a beautiful day!
Sparks (and bubbles!) were flying in the air. Add just a little bit of light and a lot of love, and you have an unforgettable wedding moment.
Brooklyn can prove a challenging locale when shooting a wedding. There's plenty of rust and graffiti on its old structures. But when the light hits just right, those elements come alive with classic beauty. The city looks young again, and the search for a timeless capture is rewarded.
I adore the Old City of Jerusalem. It has some of my favorite spots for photo shoots. But during the busy mid-afternoon, it can come with the challenge of finding a location with the right lighting and no bustling crowds. This tunnel ended up giving me all that and a natural vignette. The look of love in the couple's eyes was the only other thing I needed to make this shot one of my all-time favorites.
This wedding was filled with touching moments from start to finish, but this image holds a lot of sentiment for me. Just before the ceremony, the family waited in the changing room with the bride. Everything was hushed. Daniella stood right in front of this full-length mirror and didn't even think twice about fussing with her hair or makeup. Of course she looked radiant, but she spent those last few minutes before marriage focused on her family. Dad had just wished her good luck, and it was mom's turn. She and mom couldn't let each other go. They held hands. And following ancient Jewish tradition, mom blessed Daniella with a peaceful and everlasting happiness in marriage. Every wedding I shoot is memorable, but this moment is unforgettable.