Brianna and Joseph’s sunrise session at Sweetwater Creek State Park could not have been more ideallic. The golden rays of sun pierced the cool fall air. A blanket of mist covered the dark still water. The soft glow of light wrapped around them like a blanket.
All week I was watching the weather, praying that the rain forecast would change. God came through. The day was warm, the sky was clear, & Elizabeth & Chris’s day was breathtaking.[Read more…]
When Anna and Trey chose me to be their photographer I was thrilled. Thrilled and nervous. I was thrilled because they were adorable and sweet as could be. I was nervous because they are super talented with respect to photography and videography. I felt like I was making dinner for Wolfgang Puck or Giada or (insert your favorite chef here). Sometimes a little bit of nerves pushes you and the results are beautiful.[Read more…]
I love sunrise sessions. I love them not only because I am a morning person but because I get to start my day with fun people like Meredith and Bryant.
On day 3 we packed up our backpacks and took a train through the countryside to Pompeii. It was once a thriving city in the bay of Naples with elaborate villas, small factories, artisan shops, taverns, cafes, brothels, and bathhouses. The catastrophic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD completely blanketed Pompeii in volcanic ash.
Anna and Trey’s engagement session proves that good things come to those who wait. The unpredictable Georgia weather forced us to reschedule our session 3 times.
Colorful leaves, glowing sunlight, and a stylish little family. Those are the ingredients for a perfect fall family session. Ginny, Nathan, and Wells weathered the cold fall air for our photo session at Agnes Scott College, and I am so glad they did!!!
Tomorrow, little Nax Norman will be 6 months old. So this morning we rose at the crack of dawn for a sunrise photo session.
Lexie and Raiden’s engagement session was set to take place outside on a clear summer’s evening. I watched the weather all week looking forward to a sunny session. The morning of the session my heart sank as the forecast predicted a rainy evening. Normally I would reschedule, but in this case it was not an option. The groom-to-be was leaving the state the next morning to return to his post across the country. He would not be back till the wedding day. So I prayed for a miracle. Instead of clearing up the rain, God gave me something completely unexpected – a storage barn. Lexie and Raiden weathered the storm as I took pictures in her family’s barn. Turns out the wood, metal, and tools made a perfect rustic backdrop for love. Eventually, as the sky was darkening the rain stopped. Lexie put on a gorgeous flower crown (that she made herself!!) and we captured the last bits of sunset light. Turns out the rain was a blessing in disguise.
Sunday after Sunday she played the piano. Sunday after Sunday he sat in the pew. It took a long time before their paths crossed. Once they met, it took no time at all for them to fall in love. You can see it in their smiles and in they way they touch. These two were made for each other.