Monthly Archives: March 2011

Natalie Licini Photography is going DARK for 30 days and 30 nights

Beginning April 1st, 2011, Natalie Licini Photography is going dark for 30 days and 30 nights.  We’re not closed, we’re not open, we’re just going dark. QUESTIONS: What does that mean if you’re an existing client?  There will be no delays or rescheduling for prior clients or scheduled clients and appointments, but there will be […]

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Cutting the wedding cake early or late?

Cutting your wedding cake is one of the many highlights of your wedding. Since each wedding is unique, each couple is unique, we recommend cutting the cake at the best time for you.  In the event that you have older guests attending, cutting the cake right after first dances allows them to take part in […]

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Mayor Bloomberg proclaimed March 8th as NYC Sportscasters Day!

Mayor Bloomberg proclaimed March 8th as NYC Sportscasters Day!  I was honored to attend and capture a few highlights of yesterdays breakfast round table at the “21” Club with New York sports anchors Warner Wolf, Len Berman, Sal Marchiano, Scott Clark and Bob Wolff. Hearing Emmy Award winning sportscaster and New York Times Bestselling Author […]

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Smithsonian Photo Contest: Peggy Abrams

I have so many talented friends in the photography community.  Peggy Abrams is one of the best people I’ve met in 2010.  She’s a retired doctor and a powerhouse photographer, taking over Philadelphia.  As a mother of 3 beautiful girls and one of my good friends, I was extremely proud to hear she was a […]

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Las Vegas PocketWizards Video and Hollywood Glamor style portrait by Neil van Niekerk

Last week, while my hubby and I were in Vegas for WPPI (Wedding & Portrait Photographers International), which is the biggest photography convention in the world, we had a cameo in Neil’s new PocketWizards video using the new PocketWizard AC3 Zone Controller.   Neil is one of the top wedding photographers in the WORLD who happens […]

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