I haven’t posted anything on the blog in a while, so I just decided to quickly put up a few of my favorite pictures from the past few weeks. It seems like I’ve had a number of engagement sessions recently, more than usual. It’s especially nice if I’m also doing the couple’s wedding, it gives them a bit of practice. It’s always easier when things are rushed and stressful at a wedding if the couple basically knows what getting their pictures taken is going to be like. From what I’ve noticed it seems like everyone always has a lot better time than they think they will going into the session. I hope you enjoy some of the pictures below.
I’ve been extremely busy the past few weeks, I haven’t had time to put up a blog post with recent pictures. Remember if you click “most recent images” on my home page you will find some of my recent uploads that don’t always make it to the blog. Today I was working on some family/engagement pictures and I really loved the sunset and wanted to highlight some of them. This may look like a wedding, but it was really just a family photoshoot of a recently married couple and their family. We were able to do some with the bride in her dress, and because the wedding was over she didn’t mind getting it dirty. One thing that made these pictures really nice is the fact that it was almost sunset, at a normal wedding I might be trying to do pictures 2 hours or more before sunset because of the ceremony time, which isn’t really ideal. I hope you enjoy these.
It’s been a while since I’ve done just engagement pictures without having a wedding involved. I had two couples this past week, both of them were great to work with. I’ll post a few pictures from their sessions below, I think that I’m actually getting very good at getting couples to relax and have fun with the pictures. I hope you enjoy them.
I did a Photoshoot for the first time down at the Conway River Walk area. I know this is a popular photography spot, but since most of my clients are looking for beach portraits I don’t get an opportunity to do portraits away from the beach very often. It was exciting to be in a …