Winter Wonderland Engagements

So you’re engaged! Its time for engagement pics before your Spring or Summer wedding. But how? Why would anyone want engagement pictures during the winter? Well here are five reasons and tips for winter engagement photo sessions. See if any of these resonate with you! 1. Diffused light. Talk to any photographer who specializes in […]

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When Perry married Alli

Perry and Alli’s wedding is a perfect example of keeping it simple and classy! Originally planned as an elopement, when close family members found out about the affair, they did all they could, traveling from Texas and other states to witness the matrimony. A total of 8 guests including, a very close friend of Perry’s […]

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An anniversary shoot: small, sweet and simple!

It’s true that after many years of marriage it would be easy to take each other for granted. So what’s the antidote?  Sometimes it’s the simple, sweet and thoughtful things that truly count!  Here is a mini anniversary styled shoot to give you a few ideas. Follow this lovely couple who recently celebrated their 12th […]

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Benefits of a tent wedding

There are numerous advantages to opt for a tent wedding. First of foremost, from our own experience, had  we opted for a tent, we wouldn’t have had to rush all our guest inside the barn when our outdoor ceremony was rained on ( Weill I guess I could have been on time too, that may […]

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And you may now kiss the bride…

So , one of the few things that frustrates us during the ceremony is where the oh so important yet, not so important officiant stands when performing the ceremony.  A year or 10 years down the line when you thumb through your wedding album, you will not want to look back at photos from your […]

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Windows, doors and light

We use natural light..mostly, except for the rare circumstance where it’s just not enough. Natural light is beautiful, and when diffused or shot through glass i.e. windows and doors, it can lend to very artistic, flattering and soft images. Here are a few examples: Getting Ready: It is important when you choose a location for […]

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A farm and meadow affair

We love meeting cool people who plan cool weddings. From the Winnebago, to the tractor and hay bail rides, to the home brewed beer, everything about this wedding was unique and all their own.  

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What if it rains

We have photographed so many rainy day weddings over the years. In fact it rained on our own wedding day! Rain can create great opportunities for photos you just can’t duplicate on bright sunny days. Here’s a few…and some tips Reflections: Even the most subtle forms of reflections can help tell your story and repaint […]

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A Styled Elopement

This Styled shoot is a showcase for the works of artists who occupy a special niche in the upstate of South Carolina. Each artists brings their unique, individual voice to their craft. Inspiration for this project came, in part, from the spirit of the Red Horse Inn. This place was built by the owners who […]

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A bridal shoot

In the south, bridal sessions are a very popular tradition.  This gave me an awesome opportunity to grab a mocha something something ( I don’t drink coffee or mocha ) for a great, beautiful friend of mine at 5:00 a.m in the morning and work on some creative images with her and the loves of her […]

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