I would like to thank our many blog followers for being patient. It has been a busy summer and we have quite a few blog posts coming in the near future – I certainly need to play catch up on our posts.
We often document rehearsals and I love the ability to walk around and get close. The Cathedral of the Sacred Heart in Richmond, Virginia is a beautiful place with a plethora of space and a lot of ambient light. Our “one moment” post of the day turned into two moments when Mike was reciting his vows. He was repeating the words of the Deacon and when he said, “for richer or poorer,” Mike repeated the phrase, “for richer”……and stopped. It was a lighthearted, funny exchange after which, Kim reminded Mike that it was funny at the rehearsal, but wouldn’t be funny tomorrow……all in good fun, of course. I really love the smirk on Mike’s face in both photographs as the moment unfolds.
Rehearsals certainly allow photographers to roam in an unobtrusive, but different, fashion and allow for different images than we would obtain at a wedding. They often show a relaxed, fun, side of the couple and wedding party that can be sightly altered (in a good way, of course) during the real nuptials.
Rob Garland is the owner of Rob Garland Photographers, a company which specializes in photojournalism and fine art printing. Rob prides himself on a classic, intuitive, heartfelt documentation with the utmost in visual integrity. He has documented many destination weddings throughout the U.S. and abroad as well as Charlottesville weddings at many of our outstanding local venues. He continues to document Greenbrier weddings and prepares his team with an unobtrusive, classy approach to each wedding, allowing for a photographic approach that will provide enjoyment for years to come. Rob loves imagery that fails to go in and out of style and personal touches that make each wedding unique.