I was very excited to photograph this wedding. Alice and Kevin were such a fun couple when I met them to first talk about the ideas for pictures. They chose a great place-The BriarRose Resort in White Plains, ideal for talking outdoor shots. Here is a sneak peek from the two days I got to spend with them. Enjoy!
This session is from a while ago and I’m not sure why I missed posting pics from it here.
H. is my work out buddy from the gym, the only one so far who can keep up with my leg routine . Besides great set of legs she has two awesome kids who were so much fun to photograph. Great people and so photogenic!
I had a chance to photograph Addison and her mom in spring last year. This time they were joined by the rest of the family. This little girl may be one of my favorite models.
I love her intense, full of curiosity and interest look. The whole trio was so easy to work with- great parenting skills from mom and dad! As a mom of two, I had something to envy a bit
Today is a good day to blog about this wedding. It’s one of those rare days in Georgia with snow and freezing temperatures. So it is particularly nice to remember, that just few months ago in Dallas GA there was a pretty, warm afternoon on which one lovely couple tied the knot.
I’m very thankful to Amber Jennings from http://eclecticexposures.wordpress.com who invited me to photograph this wedding.
I wish I had a picture of the best moment (for me) of the whole event. It was the bride’s father speech. I’m not sure anybody was taking any pictures then, as we were all very busy wiping our suddenly wet eyes.
Best of luck to Adam and Ashley!
Learned from the chilly morning the day before, I moved my next day session to late afternoon, just couple of hours before sunset. I’m glad I did. I think I will start shooting in late afternoons more often now. Mornings are great, but they tend to pass in this latitude so quickly, and leave me with harsh lightening way too fast.
I had some really beautiful family to photograph that day. Those two boys were so handsome! They wouldn’t sit still for a moment and I had to chase them, and sweat to get some shots. But I’m very pleased with the outcome.
When I got to the park for my morning shooting the temperatures didn’t rise above 32 degrees. And you may not know me, but I barely function when it’s cold (and I’m from Poland by the way ), specially my hands get literally numb. How to use a camera when you can’t bend your fingers?
But the morning sun was so gorgeous and little Hudson so happy, and brave in this cold, that my job turned out to be pretty easy.
At the end of the session we were joined by the rest of the family for some nice group shots.