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Mar 102011

Some friends of mine, Tiffany and Dave (who also do photography, mainly big cats) took some photos of their daughter Aliesha, in this ADORABLE Amur leopard hat! (Also known as the “Ursula” hat 😉 ) I wanted to get this awesome hat for my daughter but it’s sold out everywhere, boo 🙁

Anyway, they took these adorable images and I offered to do the editing. I thought these pictures were just too cute not to share!

Aliesha Aliesha Aliesha

Mar 082011

Sabrina’s communion is coming up, and her mom wanted some pictures of her in her dress before the actual event. Not only was the dress itself absolutely gorgeous, but Sabrina looked BEAUTIFUL!!!! We got some fantastic shots, but I especially love the fun ones we did 😉

Sabrina Sabrina Sabrina Sabrina

Feb 222011

I bet a lot of people wonder: Why are wedding photographers so pricey?

Well, this article sums it up pretty accurately!

And just because I like to include at least one picture with all my blog posts…

I like “attitude” shots when I shoot weddings… and Karen totally rocked it!!

Feb 022011

My husband sent this to me today and I thought I would share.

Weddings are expensive, that’s a well known-fact. Cutting costs here and there is understandable, but *don’t* sell yourself short on your wedding photos! These are your memories of your special day, and when it’s all said and done, photos are the only thing you’ll have left. (You know, besides a new spouse and a pretty ring.)

Why a professional photographer is worth it:

I should note, that I did not take either of these photos. As you can see in the first image (bottom left corner), I am not a bald man. 😉

Feb 012011

Why wear your dress just once?

The definition of a “Trash the Dress” session is: Refers to photography that contrasts elegant clothing with an environment in which it is completely out of place. It is generally shot in the style of glossy beauty and glamor photography. It may also be done as an additional shoot after the wedding, almost as a declaration that the wedding is done and the dress will not be used again. It is seen as an alternative to storing the dress away, never to be seen again.

I should also state that a “Trash the Dress” session does NOT mean you have to ruin your dress!!! The dresses will only get as dirty as you want them to be. Most dresses come out good as new after washing or dry cleaning!

Trash the dress sessions can be done at a river, lake, pool (ohh I soooo want to do some underwater shots!), forest, train station, heck, even a garbage dump! Wherever you think would be cool, let me know!

Trash the dress sessions are not limited to just brides either, if you have a prom dress, semi-formal dress or any dress that you just want to “trash”, give me a call, or send me an email. I am game for anything! (Well…. almost 😉 )

If you can think of it, I can create it. I want your session to be unique to you, so whatever you can think up? I can do.


How much will this cost me, and what do I get?

The “Trash the Dress” sessions will be $400 (taxes included), and includes 10 fully edited high-resolution images on CD as well as a print release form.

Brides who have booked their weddings with me (and this includes previous brides!) -you get 50%-off the session fee!

Not only will you have some awesome and unique pictures – but you will have a ton of fun creating those pictures!

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