Key West Bridal Photos at Fort Zachary Taylor

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

karen's bridal portrait at fort zachary taylor on key west

I took a little time out from my vacation in Key West last week to do some bridal portraits of my lovely wife Karen. We took the photos at Fort Zachary Taylor State Park, my favorite beach on the island and a great place to watch the sunset.

We started the shoot in the park's small hardwood


Destination Wedding in the Finger Lakes | Christa and Doug

Monday, April 01, 2013

destination wedding in the finger lakes near auburn ny

I really love to travel, and I really love to shoot weddings, so as you can imagine I am particularly fond of destination weddings.

Christa and Doug’s destination was the Finger Lakes Area of upstate New York,  a bucolic paradise of rolling farm land, pristine lakes, farmers’ markets and


Engagement Photos in Cartagena, Colombia | Jess and Ivan

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Last month I went down to Cartagena, Colombia to photograph Jess and Ivan's wedding. I was excited to return to Cartagena, which I had last visited for my own wedding in 2011. Working with such a lovely couple made the trip even better.

Jess and Ivan found me on the Internet (on a site


When A Wedding Photographer Gets Married

Saturday, March 05, 2011

Cartagena Colombia iphone wedding photos

What does a wedding photographer do when he gets married? He invites all his photographer friends who take thousands of great pictures, and then spends a good 5 to 10 years trying to edit them down to a manageable number.  This is the position I find myself in right now after my recent


Wedding in Bogota, Colombia | Laura and Alejandro

Friday, September 03, 2010

destination wedding photography in bogota colombia by dennis drenner

I jumped a southbound flight a few weeks ago to photograph Alejandro and Laura's wedding in a charming little pueblo outside of Bogota, Colombia. When I arrived at the church, the entrance was packed with curious locals eager to get a glimpse of the weekend's big event. The reception was