one moment – in between family photographs
If I can give anyone a simple piece of photography advice it would be to keep the camera ready for the moments between what you are getting ready to photograph. The true aspect of storytelling with a camera requires one to have the lens ready at all times. The image above was taken at Anne Lindsay and Robbie’s engagement party as we were preparing for a few quick family photos. Someone mentioned something funny and the image above was the result.
one moment – on Charlottesville’s Downtown Mall
An engagement session is a great time for a couple to have a set of photographs that can differ greatly from the wedding day documentary approach – allowing a couple to enjoy
one moment – at The Greenbrier in the Cameo Ballroom
The Cameo Ballroom is one of the many stunning rooms at The Greenbrier resort. It’s classy, stunning, and in the center of the room, one will most certainly notice the colossal presence of a nine foot chandelier made of Czechoslovakian crystal. The day was perfect for a quick twirl in ballrooms late afternoon window light.
one moment – in between
Dawn, Hayes, and I were in the middle of an engagement session at The Greenbrier and I have to admit, some of my favorite pieces are the moments between photographs. If you are attentive and continue to
one moment – with the moon and The Greenbrier
I just completed a three hour engagement session at The Greenbrier and had to take one more photograph before I left. It was my first time back since getting married there in January – it was certainly worth one more look. I love the moon on the top right corner of the photo.
one moment – on The Jefferson Trail
Ginger got a little lovin’ on an engagement session with Kim and Brian on The Jefferson Trail in Charlottesville, Virginia. We will be documenting their wedding this December at The Homestead in Hot Springs.
The New York Times – Lindsay and Tom
Lindsay and Tom’s photo from our engagement session in Central Park was chosen for The New York Times:
One moment – Meg and Bryan
A silhouette can be an interesting addition to a photo session. In this case, I decided to post an image from Meg and Bryan’s engagement session this past weekend. I love the moment, the color, and the moon in the background.