ou have to understand, wedding photography is not as scary and hard as a lot of people make it out to be. However, a lot of new photographers believe once they've shot a couple of pretty awesome pictures that they know everything they need to know. But real professionals will tell you that they never stop learning!Read More
Michelle pulled out a big, shiny, white binder, and my heart about skipped a beat! (I, too, had a binder when planning my own wedding!)Read More
There you'll find a rusty old tower covered in graffiti, which we gladly used to our advantage!Read More
We took advantage of the Christmas lights of course, which obviously gave off stunning bokeh in the background!Read More
While sitting in the freezing lobby, (why the AC was on we have no idea...) we quickly discovered that Zac loves hunting, and wants to incorporate that in their wedding photos...Read More
Taylor had a sense of humor, which of course made Niki smile and laugh, and in turn gave us even more opportunities to catch candid moments of them just being with one another.Read More
we took a few snaps of the unbelievably cute Flower Girl in the Bride's shoes, per request. Let's just say she could've stolen the show!Read More
Engagement Photography Sessions have quickly moved into becoming a staple for wedding couples. This type of shoot is a wonderful opportunity to get to know the couple, and to get them used to being in front of the camera!Read More
It was a quaint little wedding; charming despite the previous weather. The big Oak Tree and white chairs with Mason Jars full of Baby's Breath added just the right touch of whimsical magic for this adorable couple!Read More
I look ridiculous in the picture, but every time I look at it I am immediately taken back to that moment, and I absolutely love it!
While traditionally the groom sees the bride for the first time as she walks down the isle...
Often these in depth conversations lead to brides asking for guidance on the schedule. This is a great opportunity to make sure everything the bride wants captured will fit within the timeline, and if it won't, you can bend and mold...Read More
Destination weddings are always adventurous, and this was no exception! It had the scale and grandeur of an all day event but was squeezed into a short afternoon to make way for that evening's Fourth of July activities.Read More
After an inspiring first look between father and daughter and a very heartfelt first look between the bride and groom, we all headed down to the beach to try to get some formals.Read More
There is a better way! And I'm going to dive into helping brides discover the root of what they really want to know, so that they can get honest applicable responses from the photographers in question.Read More
It was a beautiful, intimate ceremony in a small church, but after the ceremony the mother of the groom surprised them with a carriage ride from the church to the reception venue.Read More
Even though the wind was rough, the sky more than made up for it. It gave us a beautiful dance of color and clouds and made for a spectacular background!Read More
Such a beautiful time of year along the Gulf Coast of Florida!Read More
The goal of the photographer should be to capture who you are, and the only way to do this is to make you comfortable around them and to make you feel like you can be yourself.
Well, what can I say, this ceremony was fantastic! It was so much fun to walk into an eclectic art show in a courtyard in the heart of the French Quarter and photograph two people getting marriedRead More
But too often I get the sense that a bride clicked on the venue whose name she recognized the most, saw the pretty pictures and said, "That's it! That's the place!" But just because it's the place to get married, doesn't make it your place.Read More