Jason and Amanda were married at Vesuvius Vineyards in Iron Station, NC. Vesuvius is a great new venue that offers many possibilities for photos. Amanda and Jason took full advantage and it paid off.
Here are a few of my favorites…
This blog post would not be complete without a picture of Jason in the glasses Amanda loves so much…
Here are a couple of her bridals, also taken at Vesuvius Vineyards….
Mary Blake and Raymond were married at Carmel Baptist in Matthews, NC and held their reception at Longview Country Club in Waxhaw. Yellow was the color of the day and featured throughout both venues and in the attire.
Here is Mary Blake’s bridal portrait that was displayed at the reception….
Mary Blake also requested the Igo Photo Booth. A breakthrough in science and technology, the Igo Photo Booth brings out the best in anyone with its patented mix of light, shadow, gauze pads, duct tape, and 40 weight ball bearings. A technology so advanced, I cannot say more.
Here are some of my faves form the booth…
And for the first time ever, a picture of yours truly on this blog.
Engagement… Marriage… Baby.
Its a natural progression isn’t it?
Maternity photography is probably one of the toughest things to shoot. Trying to stay classic and interesting without being corny or uncomfortable. Not an easy line to walk.
Here are a couple from a recent session I think will withstand the test of time.Big thanks to Lauren for trusting me enough to pull these shots off!
So Katy, Mike, and myself met up in Uptown Charlotte a few weeks ago and decided to just walk around with a camera and see what happens. We started at the Green, walked up Tryon Street, and ended up back at the Green where the two soon to be marrieds decided to get a little nutty in the fish fountains. All in all a great time and some moments worth remembering.
E-Sessions are a great way to gain familiarity with your photographer before your wedding day and always highly recommended!
Here is few samples of how it went…