I’m super happy with how these high key shots turned out. One of the secrets is a flash, on its highest power, shot straight at the backdrop.
Well, I thought today was going to be dreary and rainy, but just like this wedding, the clouds cleared and the sun came out. Part of me is sad -- the lazy, lay in bed and read part. The productive side of me is so excited!
On another note...there was a HUGE storm that swept through right before these two had their ceremony. Those summer weddings can be full of surprises!
forever one of my favorite sessions 🖤 hustlin like a champ over here editing weddings, e-seshes, and boudoir - it's been one busy fall so far capturing all the love of all these pretty people 🍂 i still have 5 or so slots left for 2020 weddings, so slide into my dms please all you brides-to-be 💌
Once upon a time there was a photographer who lived in Uptown Charlotte. This photographer buffered 20 extra minutes to get to her shoot in Waxhaw because she knew Charlotte traffic at 5 pm was an absolute nightmare. However, she severely underestimated and was running 20+ minutes behind schedule and thanks to a wreck, growing more behind every minute. Luckily her clients were two of the sweetest, most understanding humans in the world and agreed to hop in their car last minute, change up locations, and meet in Matthews for their shoot. The photographer was me. And the clients were Caleb & Alyssa. And this just goes to show you that we’re all human, traffic sucks, and gracious people rock. Also, we ended up having the BEST most amazing light and locations for their shoot so all in all, I think it worked out. 😉 Thank you Caleb & Alyssa for being understanding, flexible, oh and awesome… oh and photogenic. 😊 hahaha! Ps. Anyone else have a Charlotte traffic story because we all know it’s literally the worst. 😂