The image that I chose for our post today is the child of the bride’s sister. This little guy made it all the way from San Francisco and was dressed for his part! He made our “one moment” feature thanks to this priceless look he gave his father before they found seats at the ceremony.
I absolutely love moments like this. There is nothing like the thrill of being a photographer and knowing you have captured such a meaningful image. I can remember knowing that I had this split second of time captured as soon as I pressed the shutter release on my camera. I have always taken a photojournalistic approach to my wedding photography, showing what happened, not
A wedding day in the hot summer sun can be tough when you are a ringbearer wearing a nice piece of formal attire. As a wedding ceremony progresses, it can be a wonderful time to search for details and reactions. I have always enjoyed photographing children at weddings simply because they are not adults and don’t always hold themselves at one hundred percent attention during a ceremony, especially during a sermon. After photographing the minister once or twice, I always turn my attention on the attendees and guests watching and listening. Moving inconspicuously around the front can yield to so many outstanding moments and expressions. This photograph is composed in a
The moment between a groom and his soon to be father-in-law giving away his daughter makes for a heartfelt and wonderful moment. Nancy and Steve’s wedding at The Cavalier Golf and Yacht Club in Virginia Beach provided one of those priceless photographic gifts. When I view this image, I can feel the relationship these two men have with each other. This moment is a show of sincere thanks, respect, and
Veritas weddings are so special to us, simply because they are in our own backyard, close to the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia. Chloe and her staff can be commended constantly for their tireless work ethic and exceptional standards. Ashley and Seth are good friends and I was honored beyond belief when