Engagement


Wedding proposals are hands down one of my favorite moments to photograph.  There’s so much excitement and anticipation leading up to the big question.  Planning everything gives me the chance to feel a little bit like a secret agent on a high stakes mission (yep, I’m a nerd).  You can imagine how excited I was when Daniel …

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It’s officially engagement season!  Honestly whenever you get engaged is the perfect time, and for so many couples the holiday season is just that time.   You get to see family and friends, and it makes it all the more wonderful to be able to celebrate with them.  Amanda and I got engaged the day before …

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One of the things I love most about engagement sessions (other than getting to hang out with some awesome people!) is incorporating locations that have a special meaning to couple we’re photographing.  I think we hit the jackpot on important and beautiful locations for Molly and Will’s engagement photos.  We were able to shoot in the park where Will proposed, …

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The first time we met Anne Marie and Cary was last year on the day they got engaged.  It was awesome to be able to capture it for them, but for good reason we didn’t really get to hang out, so I’m very glad I had the chance to get to know them better during their engagement session. …

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We’d been waiting the past few months for spring to be able to do engagement photos with Kelsey and Kyle.  We picked the right spot and waited for plenty of flowers to be in bloom.  We even got a bright and sunny day and beautiful early morning light.  Everything came together perfect…except for the fact that …

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Christina is part of the crew at my favorite photo lab Dunwoody Photo.  I trust them with my film processing and scanning.  They do fantastic work and they’re right here in the Atlanta area!  You can find me hanging out there at least once a week (I am a nerd for this stuff after all).  I’ve really …

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Fall is such an awesome time, but scheduling a photo shoot around the fall colors can be bit of a gamble.  If you do it too early in the season, you only get a little bit of color, but then if you wait too long all you’ve got are branches.  Well, we took a chance with Caroline & Steven by rescheduling …

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