I absolutely love this photo-journalistic portrait that was taken just before Dawn processed down the aisle for her wedding at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs. I was changing positions and noticed that she and her father were in beautiful lighting next to the door, both in tears. They are wrapped up in the moment. To me, this is simply beautiful. I love that she is seemingly unaware of the camera and he is unaffected by my presence. Greenbrier weddings are simply stunning, as there is such a beautiful backdrop everywhere you turn.
The essence of my photography style is to capture the soul of a person – I really want those moments that make up the reality of the wedding day. When editing images Continue reading
The decision on whether to print an image in black and white or color can be a difficult one for designing a home. Both have their advantages and Continue reading
There is one reason why I prefer available light photography and you can see it all over this image. It can be difficult, even with the widest apertures and fast autofocus cameras, all of which we constantly keep as a part of our wedding gear. The reward for being patient and watching for subjects to turn towards the light certainly pays off. This image Continue reading
Photographing a bride and groom watching their toasts is an exception documentary opportunity for a photographer. Reactions are essential Continue reading
I don’ t think this needs a description – it’s just cute!!!