Welcome again to another edition of our Throwback Series! If you wanted to get married during the winter, hoping that you’d have a snowy day to celebrate and, be photographed on… Typically, you’d think that planning your day for early February in Michigan would be a safe bet. Well, mother nature had other plans and plainly said: Not this year! This had been probably one of the most snow devoid winters in my memory. Alas, so it was not meant to be. However, neither we nor our couple was going to let this hinder our enjoyment of this day in the least. Keep reading more below to see our journey through this Lake Orion Wedding.
So, we are a little behind in posting to our blog… Our apologies! However, today we have a little something special for you to peruse…
Back in the not-so-sunny month of June, we had a fantastic time sharing a truly special experience with these adorable sisters. This photo shoot of these little angels was to take place at Greenfield Village. However the weather had other plans for us, so we had to alter our strategy and stroll inside the venerable Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan. The mother and father wanted photos of their two precious and personable little girls playing and exploring the history and art. These two photographers were more than happy to oblige! If you’d like to see some of the over the top cuteness that occurred here during this photo shoot, we invite you to keep reading!
One of our engagement sessions required us to take a trip to Flint, Michigan. And while Flint gets a stereotypical “bad city” reputation, we are pleased to share the beauty that this amazing little park held. Don’t believe us? Take a peek at the rest of the post below!
Upon arriving at George George Memorial Park in Clinton Township, Michigan… We were surprised to see just how many photographers were here with clients! Having never heard of this gorgeous park, we are happy to be able to add this locale to our growing list of “favorite spots for a photo-shoot”.
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.