Wow, so much has been going on that I almost forgot to post this week! Sorry folks! Of course, with all the goings on, that means there will be lots of things to post about.
First off, a few weeks ago, I had the enormous pleasure of being Mary’s photographer for the afternoon. We were blessed with some sunny skies, but a tad bit of wind. She is such a cutie and had some awesome poses to show me. She even named my little photo buddy, Diamond. I didn’t plan her outfits, but I did plan on posting these last week for Valentine’s Day! Only, I was stuck in meetings all week and didn’t get my post out. 😦
And here’s one more I couldn’t help but to post. She is such a doll! 😀
Mary thanks for hanging out with me!
PS. Now is a great time to book your spring sessions!
Talk about an amazing couple! Leigh Anne and John are the absolute sweetest couple. They were married a year ago and the honeymoon isn’t over yet! It is so great to see couples have so much fun together and love each other as much as these two. I was so excited when she called me to do a session. Leigh Anne and I have been friends for over 20 years and when she moved to Asheville last year, I thought it would kill me. The great thing is when we do get to see each other, we pick up wherever we left off each last conversation. You gotta love a friendship like that.
Love you Leigh Anne and John!
One of my photographer friends called me up with this idea to replicate a scene from the movie American Beauty, and I jumped on it! We brainstormed for a while, got other photographers to help brainstorm and even picked hubby’s brain for technical support. Just three short days later, we set up and tested theory and equipment. (It was hard to sleep the night before from excitement!)
The next day ran so smoothly, it was almost surreal. And three beautiful models each graced the scene with timeless beauty. All from different stages of life, to show that beauty comes in many different forms, all to be appreciated.
Here’s my results..
These girls are so gorgeous! It was great to see them let go, have a little fun and feel as beautiful as they are.
It’s safe to say that I am not a huge fan of cold weather….I’ve been ready for spring since before Christmas….but life goes on and we get over it, right? So, planning a cold weather photo-shoot can have it’s challenges, but it can be done and done in huge style!
Well, the day of this shoot with the fabulous and beautiful Shannon and David turned out to be almost 70 degrees…so no winter coats, scarves and mittens. But we were able to enjoy a beautiful day with lots of sun and fun and lucked up on the opportunity to shoot at the Levine Museum of the New South among other places. These two are a riot!! I love when a couple can let go and be themselves. We all had such a great time and laughed until we had tears.
Here’s a sneak peek:
David can really get her laughing! I love happy couples!
Congrats Shannon and David! Your big day will be here before you know it.
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Beautiful couple, beautiful day, beautiful location. Doris and Ron really rocked their wedding!
I tell everybody all the time that I could shoot weddings every day of the week and the reason is the wonderful couples. I have been so blessed with the opportunity to meet the greatest couples. The families and friends are always so sweet and caring, and it really makes my job so much more fulfilling.
Doris and Ron were married at the lovely Point Lake and Golf Club in Mooresville, NC. They chose vibrant reds and purples and were absolutely stunning.
Congrats Doris and Ron!
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