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Hi everyone!

 

Before I introduce myself I would like to offer my congratulations and best wishes to all brides and grooms here on the forum! What an exciting time for you! E.N.J.O.Y. this time!!

 

My name is Stacey Kane and I am an editorial wedding photographer specializing in destination weddings. I can't recall how I made it to this forum but I am so glad that I did! From what I've read in various posts it is clear that you are all planning destination weddings for the very same reasons I love to shoot them.....

 

*you want to celebrate your wedding with the people that mean the most to you

 

*it isn't about filling a ballroom with bodies...it's about spending time with family and friends

 

*you want to enjoy it all and participate in it

 

I adore destination weddings for all of these reasons and many more. My strengths in photography are capturing the emotions, moments and relationships between people and there is always so much of that in destination weddings. I welcome any and all opportunities that bring me to events in locations that are new to me. I also have a list of places that I want to shoot in some time as well as some favorites that I enjoy going back to!

 

Please feel free to take a look at my sites...

 

Stacey Kane Destinations

Stacey Kane Weddings

Stacey Kane - Lifestyle Portraiture

stacey kane/blog

 

Just for fun....here are a few slideshows you might enjoy....

 

Jen and Mike - The Atlantis, Paradise Island, Bahamas (day before)

Jen and Mike - The Atlantis, Paradise Island, Bahamas (wedding day)

 

Jessica and Trevor - Kauai, Hawaii

 

Liz and John - A Lake in Maine

 

Jen and Gabe - the Coast of Maine

 

Please don't hestitate to email me or call me if you have any questions about anything!

 

Again, I am thrilled to be a part of this great group!

 

All the best,

 

Stacey

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Welcome Stacey!! Beautiful website, I love looking through the photographer websites! :) In your Hawaii gallery, it says "coming soon", yet there are images afterwards. I wasn't sure if that was a boo-boo or not.

 

I love picture #10 in your California gallery. It's such a graceful, beautiful, yet simple image... and that bride had beautiful eyes!!

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