I recently developed a handful of mystery rolls, and found some happy little gems. Here are some long forgotten photos from the holidays…and some from a trip to Arizona.
So how much do I love photographing on this family farm?! So fabulous. The second half of this shoot was on a friend’s farm, and the first part we did some edgy stuff down on the canal walk. I used a lot of film later on in the day, and I LOVE how they came out!
I photographed Beth and Jeff a while back during their engagement session. They are so laid back and natural, and I knew their wedding was going to be a blast. I absolutely loved how towards the end of the ceremony the sun came out and the sky stayed dark and ominous. It made for some really fun pictures on the dock. Enjoy!
So I’m pretty much randomly posting weddings and other shoots. A while back I posted several photos from this wedding, but here are more for you to check out. These two got hitched right here in Richmond in the Fan. They were so much fun to work with!
These two were so much fun to photograph! Their natural chemistry was so awesome to capture. We started around the canal walk, but the best ones were the fall type photos shot in Church hill. The leaves were so orange and the evening light really enhanced that. I look forward to photographing their wedding next August!
So it’s been SOOOOOOO long since I’ve posted to my blog. There is just so much I haven’t posted, so over the next few months of winter I hope to blogging a bunch to play catch up. This was such a fun engagement shoot. We started downtown near canal walk, and ended up at the new gorgeous VMFA and monument avenue. These last shots were my favorite. The light was beautiful and Nick and Stacy were being just adorable.
These two are so sweet and compliment each other so well. Did I mention they have great taste? So much fun to photograph! They were married this past June in beautiful South Boston, VA. I had never been there before, and was pleasantly surprised to find a quaint, historic, and just adorable town. It reminded me a lot of Staunton, VA. The church and the venue were only a few miles apart, loved that. We wanted to take more photos outside, but it was SOOO hot!
So I just got some more film back. I have to say that I love fuji film infinitely better then kodak, as I just tried the kodak portra and much prefer the fuji pro400H much better. It has rich color that is naturally saturated, and gives great detail in the highlights and I LOVE what it does to skin. The first three are fuji, and the latter 3 are kodak. Not bad, but ok for a portrait film. I have a box of 220 (32 frames instead of the usual 16)…so there will be more of images shot with this film to come in the future.