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January 28, 1989 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-28

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64 BRIDES 1989

Sheila Levine

"After two years of dating, we
decided that we really didn't want
to wait." They ended up choosing
May 17, 1987.
Next came the plans for the
photographer, who was also
personal friend, Gary R. Miller,
who has his own business, The
Loving Touch.
They also decided to have
Gary do what he calls "The
Reflections of Their Love," where
he photographs the four seasons
around the couple doing things
that they have in common.
"I try to capture their love and
the relationship that they have,"
said Miller.
He then arranges the photos
so they dissolve into one another
and sets them to the most
romantic music as possible.
"He wanted to make ours the
best," she said. "He even followed
us to Aspen where he took some
wonderful photographs of Barry
and me."
"I think the video is one of
the most unbelieveable things to
capture of the couple," says Gary
Miller said that the process takes
between two and four days just to
do the photography and a few
weeks to put it all together.
"The song has to be picked
out and set around their images,"
he said. "It's a team effort; we do
it as a team?'
Miller said that he chose
"Endless Love" for the Levines
because it seemed to describe
their relationship perfectly.
"They have such a warm love
and fulfilling relationship it
reminded me of an endless love,"
he recalled.
The Levine video which set to
the love theme "Endless Love"
included the Aspen pictures, shots
at Belle Isle with the couple and
Barry's two kids, an outdoor scene
with the couple in formal attire
and pictures of them horseback
"Once the wedding is over,

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