What’s up everyone? We hope you had a good weekend, and are faring well during your Monday routines. We truly hope that if you aren’t enjoying your Monday to the fullest, that you’ll take a break and read over our latest blog post! It just happens to be another full wedding for you to enjoy with us! Get ready to be blown away, and feel the love that was shared by this couple.
Hello everyone! We have been photographing weddings ever since we started our photography business, five years ago now, and we have to tell you exactly why you should consider having a First Look at your wedding. (I know we touched on Why You Need a First Look before, but this is majorly important, and we wanted to further elaborate.) You see, if I were to be 100% honest with you (and I will be), any of our weddings that have had a First Look have gone 1000 times smoother than the weddings without a First look. And we have photographed quite a few weddings now. So, let’s look at what exactly a First Look is, and why you should have one at your own wedding!
It’s that wonderful time of the year again, where Spring is around the corner, and warmer days are ahead. It’s the perfect time to start thinking about portraits for you and your little ones. However, there is one thing that is becoming popular with novice photographers to get clients into their doors: an Easter Mini Session, with a live animal. Read more below to learn of the reasons why we do not offer these types of sessions, and help us to save the lives of countless baby animals typically used in these sessions.
Do you love going on adventures, and spending time in the great outdoors? Are you stressed about a big wedding, and truly just wish you could have something more intimate, held in a place few others wander into? If this sounds even remotely like you, then perhaps you should consider an elopement in one of our amazingly beautiful National Parks! We will go over a few questions about how to elope in a National Park in today’s blog. Continue on to learn more!
Do you ever wish you could capture some truly amazing animal photographs, without spending hours and even days in the wild hoping for great opportunities? Have you tried to circumvent this long wait by trekking to your local zoo with your camera in hand, only to return home disappointed with your results? Well, if you answered yes to either of those two questions, then this post is just for you! We will be discussing 5 simple tips that can dramatically improve your animal photography skills while spending time at the zoo.