Far Out Feeling is a wedding photography company based in Brooklyn, NY and also services Greater New York City, New Jersey, and Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Owners Meaghan and Brendon are passionate about their craft. Their work is a celebration of love and personality. You won’t find them recreating all the old, familiar poses. They create fun, groovy images that really get to you and fill your heart with wonder and delight. They’ll be there for the big set pieces and the moments in between that no one else notices. They’ll be there for the party, for all the joy; but most of all, Meaghan and Brendon will be there for you.
Far Out Feeling is looking forward to your big day. Meaghan and Brendon offer a range of packages designed to suit a variety of needs and budgets. Package features include up to 10 hours of event coverage, day-of itinerary assistance, an online proofing gallery, digital downloads, and print release. Elopement and COVID cancellation packages are also available.
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Howdy! I'm Brendon, a chill Mid-Westerner turned East-Coast creative who has a keen eye for image composition, lighting, and subtle, yet impactful moments. My background comes from shooting fashion shows and exclusive events for BFA.com around NYC, which taught me to appreciate extravagance and the avant-garde.
Above all I crave abstract and unconventional poses and settings. I'll get the mandatory shots of you and the fam (no worries, I gotchu), BUT, once we've checked those boxes I like to get as creative as possible. Photos on the alter are great, but I LIVE for the ones of a groom and bride Kung-Foo fighting in a parking lot with the officiant taking bets from the bridal party. Just my personal take.
Meaghan here - I’m the one from which you’ll hear a lot of “Fuck yeah!!!” and “You guys look so hot!” My inspiration comes from our lord and savior, Janis Joplin, and my style is free movement and honesty.
My photographs are a culmination of earth tones and minimalism and grain and vintage. I love that shit. I shoot my couples as if they’re going to be used as a montage for a music video, or the stock footage for the Woodstock documentary.