Chances are, you’ve already taken your family Christmas picture or you are about to this weekend. If you are anything like me, you’ve carefully chosen outfits (probably just purchased some), chosen the photographer and location, and have all your hopes pinned on getting that perfect image for your Christmas card. You know the one that makes everyone think you are The Perfect
So you want to have your ceremony outdoors. A picturesque hilltop or maybe even a poolside ceremony? I’ve got some tips to make your outdoor ceremony a success. These tips will also help photographers, especially those just starting out, so let’s dive in!
First, let’s talk lighting.
1. Ceremony time: mid day (think BRIGHT white light)
Mid day light is the brightest and
I am such a huge fan of white weddings. I love greens and florals, but speaking as a photographer, the neutrality of white linens, decor and accents make my heart sing. So, I thought I’d share with you some tips for planning your reception, centerpieces, table scape arrangement and why white is so lovely!
This week, I photographed the NYLO hotel in Las Colinas for a styled shoot to
Ever since I was small, I loved stories. Fairytales. Romances.
In particular, I loved the series Anne of Green Gables. A freckled red head who found poetry in everything (sound familiar?)
Life can dull our vision, permitting only what’s responsible and rational, not romanic and winsome.
But every wedding day… I get to step back into a dream. I am given full permission to see the
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