Best Wedding DetailsIn 2013, I terrified my assistant by doing something that I had never done before. We were in a synagogue in Manhattan's Upper East Side, walking around with the bride's dress and trying to find somewhere to hang it. I looked at all of the doorways, hallways, and low windows without finding anything that suited my needs. I clearly remember looking up at the massive windows in the synagogue and said to my assistant, "I wish I could figure a way to put the dress up there." Two minutes later, she was holding her breath while I climbed up into the balcony and reached out to hang the address in those very same windows. I am so glad that I took the chance to put the dress in an unexpected place, because that image quickly became my favorite dress picture of all time. Entered into the Wedding Division : Wedding Details of the WPPI 16x20 print competition in Las Vegas in 2014, this image received a score of 88. According to the official WPPI rules, this score means the image shows "Very good use of imagination, skill, and technique." I was exceedingly proud to find out that this image won First Place in its category. It also was awarded a Silver Distinction, and assisted in raising my standing at WPPI to a Double Master level. I was so exceedingly proud to have received this distinction, as it placed me into a level along with many photographers whose work I had admired for years. Keywords: Manhattan Penthouse (4), New York City (69), wppi (11). 1/160; f/4.0; ISO 560; 105.0 mm.