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She shoots both color and black & white images. “I love the nostalgia and timelessness of black & white photography, I love, love, love black & white! I’m also sure to shoot lots of color! After all it is a wedding filled with flowers, food, love and life!” Couples who have shot with Jinsey love the fact that she is able to take advantage of existing and natural light, whether indoors or outdoors. “There is a wonderful environmental feel to our pictures – a realistic filmic quality,” one client wrote.
Her shoot is as individual as the wedding itself, creating a free and improvisational atmosphere. That way your special day is preserved as it was with hardly any interference by obtrusive flashbulbs. Another client wrote, “The formal poses were actually fun, thanks to your relaxed and friendly, but well organized approach.” With a happy and efficient method, family pictures can be taken quickly, so as not to get in the way of the festivities, but to preserve images that everyone will enjoy in the years to come!
“You don’t see the things you photograph. You feel them!”
– Andre Kertesz
Articles featuring Jinsey’s Wedding Photography
Jinsey’s wedding photography has been featured in numerous National bridal publications, view a selection of images below. Contact Jinsey for more information about her wedding...read more
Kim and Jim took the days before their September 15 wedding off from work. They planned to run last-minute errands, check in with their vendors, and savor the delicious anticipation of the upcoming event. On the morning of September 11, four days before the wedding, the two were watching the morning news when the scene of destruction occurring just downtown unfolded horribly before them. After two days of panic, fear, and frantic calls to the couple’s many friends who work in the financial district of Manhattan, the two realized that...read more
Have no fear, help is here! You’ve got photography questions, we’ve got the expert to answer them. JINSEY DAUK, a professional shutterbug in New York City, takes a shot at your most pressing concerns. How much pre‑wedding prep do I need to do? What kind of things should I tell my photographer before the big day? It is important that you and your photographer are on the same wavelength, so sit down with her to have what I call a creative meeting about a week before the wedding. Cover points like timing issues (how early he or she...read more
From Bride Magazine Excerpt from article: New York Photographer Jinsey Dauk also favors a loose documentary style, and uses natural lighting as opposed to strobes or flashes whenever possible. “It makes the photographs looks more authentic,” explains Dauk, who takes about 1,800 shots during the course of a wedding. “Then after a post-wedding consultation with the couple, i whittle that number down to an amount that works for them. Those are the shots I present to them in an...read more