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Friday
Jan112013

{adam and megan } :first look: 

I CANNOT WAIT until next week when I get to share some of my favorites from my 10 year anniversary contest!!  Until then, this post was inspired by one of the entries.  We are LOVE with these first-look photos.  I thought I'd share Adam and Megan's entry and take it a little further and share the whole first look along with a few of my favorites from their pre-wedding photos.  My clients know I'm a BIG believer in a first look making the wedding day SO much more relaxed and fun and I think this is just perfect to show how romantic and sweet having a few stolen moments at the beginning of the day can be. And, besides, aren't the best things always shared and the best days spent together?

Here's what Adam wrote and the photo they submitted: 

 Much like you, we are obsessed with the our first look photos.  We particularly love this picture because it describes us perfectly.  You can tell we are completely absorbed in the moment and each other, and nothing else seemed to matter.  Actually, in this picture we were praying and we think its a good reminder to us that, much like God created that beautiful scenery, he also created this marriage. Even being caught up in a important day like that, where you are worried about details and everything going smoothy, this picture reminds us we are each others first priority on this earth and we don't ever want to forget to stop and pray.

 

 

And here is the rest of the first look.  





Tuesday
Dec112012

{kayla & michael}

Goodness, gracious... I can't think of anything more fun than a day at the fair.  I'm going back a couple of months for this one, but I just couldn't let another week go by without sharing it.  I've known Kayla for YEARS!  I mean, we go way, way back.  So, naturally, I was SO EXCITED when she asked me to shoot her wedding next year and to do her engagement photos this fall.  First thing you should know... Kayla has amazing style.  The girl doesn't leave the house without perfect hair, flawless makeup and adorable clothes.  Which makes her so much fun to shoot (well, that and her slightly dramatic nature).  ;)  Second, when they asked me if I'd mind shooting at the fair, I jumped up and down!  I love shooting the fair... with all of its colors, smells, quirky people and tasty food, it's sensory overload!  And I can't help it... i just LOVE photos with other people in them.  Just makes a shoot feel so romantic, like, who cares about all these other folks?... I choose YOU... over and over and over, I'd still choose YOU.   xoxo




Wednesday
Oct312012

#whatwe'reworkinonwednesday

Here we go!!  The latest installment of our weekly peek onto our computers and into our current edit sessions.  So, this week, we are sharing just a few from Ward and Judy's wedding we shot back at the end of August.  We've got a bit of a theme for this one.  Ward's dad had this AMAZING Thunderbird restored and they got to drive it from the church to the reception.  Well, naturally, I fell plumb in love.  Are you KIDDING??  An aqua vintage Thunderbird??  Seriously, my dream car!  So, I decided to share a bunch of the photos I took with the car.  Some of them are while driving down Kingston Pike (I really, really hope my mom doesn't read this... I'll definitely be getting a lecture about safe driving if she does!) and those are my uber-favorites!!  I also wanted to share a few from the end of the night.  Ward and Judy's get-away vehicle was his ski boat... so I took a few shots of them on the boat downtown and then met them back at their house to finish up on the docks.  Judy, I SWEAR I took photos not involving modes of transportation, these were just too awesome not to blog.  ;) -J