Spring has sprung and it’s time f to shed winter’s bulky clothes and embrace the colors of spring. It’s also a great time for portraits and Colleen is ready for playing outdoors.
This week we had the opportunity to visit with Susan and Terry on their property where they’re building a new home. It was great to see them again especially on a delightfully warm afternoon.
As you can see, Terry still has the romantic playful attitude that’s kept Susan smiling ever since the wedding.
This link was forwarded to me by another photographer and I think it’s a sad (but accurate) commentary on the state of photography.
Sometimes it seams like everyone with a digital camera is calling themselves a professional and many people are confused and end up being disappointed. I hear stories like this everyday.
If you commission photography you have a right to expect professional results. Unfortunately there’s a plethora of photographers entering the marketplace making unrealistic promises they can’t keep due to the lack of experience and inadequate preparation.
Great photography requires experience, preparation and teamwork. Just take a look at our behind the scenes video from last’s years Biltmore Estate wedding and I think you’ll understand the team effort behind great photography.
Most people don’t have a lot of experience commissioning photography and are easily mislead. Please be careful so you don’t end up heartbroken.
We we so excited to see Samantha again (We meet her when she was Miss Virginia Teen in 2006) and were glad she stopped by the studio for some updated photographs on her way to Las Vegas to appear in the reality show “The B Girls”.
These are some of our favorites from the session (we”ll have more to show later). Stephanie from “A Bridal Path” brought over some extra clothes (even a wedding dress) to model and we spent the better part of the day trying different looks.