Thursday, September 6, 2012

Seth and Emily's Chagrin Falls wedding

So to tell you how crazy busy it's been around here... I thought I had already posted a blog with a few of these images on it... only to realize today that I actually just posted those only on my Facebook page. Which if you happen to find yourself on this blog often you should consider "like"-ing our page on Facebook since that's where we post the first of all photos from every even soonest. 

We sat and enjoyed some marriage advice from a couple of nice looking strangers. 
I'm told G.W. Bush has visited this place too. 

A little free lensing. 

Chagrin Falls. 

Seth and Emily know how to have fun! We did crazy great stuff like this all day! lol

This will probably find it's way to one of my new business cards. 
Love this shot and everything about it! 

We loved these pines.

Model couple! Seriously just too much fun! I had been looking forward to photographing this wedding like crazy since we did their super fun engagement session in Chicago a few months earlier. 

Signing off for today. God bless your socks off,

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Chris & Amanda Greene

This year we have been asked to redo several couple's wedding photos due to their photographer not meeting their expectations on their wedding day.
My favorite part of any wedding is the romantic photos of a couple that depict their love and vows to love forever... So every time we do a "redo" it's so meaningful to us... and it's a blast! And the answer is always yes to all inquiries.
We feel that wedding photos are so important. They symbolize the start of a new life together... how can you live with less than great photos of one of the greatest days of your life? Sure your grandparents made it with less than great photos... but it wasn't very easy to get great photos back in those days. You couldn't hire that photographer from the other side of the country or world that you know can. Times have really changed and the bar has been raise considerably to meet those expectations. 

Signing off for today. God bless your socks off,