Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Friday, September 19, 2008
Saturday, July 5, 2008
Last month we were fortunate enough to be able to take the bridal portraits of the now Jennifer Hand. We drove down to Bear Creek to a beautiful estate with an incredible house where we did the shoot. Jennifer did a good job of putting up with Sarah and I. This is the shot Jennifer chose for her printed bridal portrait.
Jennifer married Randy Hand today. Congratulations guys! Thank you for letting us be a part of your journey.
This past weekend we were fortunate enough to be able to photograph Lauren and Jeremy Woock's wedding. Sarah was gone to Indiana to officiate basketball, so Krista , Cara and I shot the wedding and had a blast. This is a shot we took after stealing them before their first dance.
Sunday, June 29, 2008
This past Wednesday Sarah, Krista, and I were able to take the bridal portraits of Lauren. We had a beautiful but hot evening and came away with a set of nice shots. Lauren's cathedral length vail makes for a beautifully dramatic image. Lauren's wedding was this past Saturday, so we will have more images to come!
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Monday, June 9, 2008
This past Sunday we took some time out around sunset to take some pictures of our friend Ben and his bike. We pulled off onto a very short side road, it was only about 25 yards long. Needless to say there wasn't any traffic, thus perfect for pictures. We used 5 strobes for this shot, 3 in umbrellas and 2 bare. The only thing this picture didn't capture was the humidity!
Thursday, June 5, 2008
This past weekend we had the opportunity to photograph our good friend Nikki's wedding. Her husband Tommy (second from the right) and his groomsman and ushers paused for this shot. Kinda Blues Brothers, kinda Men In Black and a lot of fun! This is my personal favorite out of the formal shots. We shot this one with 3 strobes, one high camera left at 1/2 through and umbrella, one low camera right through an umbrella at 1/4 and a strobe on the floor below the cross aimed up at 1/4.
Thanks Nikki and Tommy!