I’ve recently started creating and giving away free facebook time line covers to
my brides who purchase any wedding photography package.
Krystin and Austin were married at the Emerald Grande in Destin in June. While combing through the hundreds and hundreds of great images from their wedding day, this particular bridal portrait of Krystin really jumps out from the rest of the images, she is just gorgeous here! This was taken in the foyer of the Emerald Grande just before their wedding took place overlooking our beautiful beaches. With Krystin’s style and grace, the feel of the wedding day, it’s intimate touches, the venue and decor, this portrait reminds me of images from the old Hollywood era with women like Greta Garbo and Grace Kelly. What do you think?
A wedding photographer venting about how sooooo many wedding blogs only publish the weddings that have all those special details, that everyone wishes they could afford but many cannot.
This lovely shot was created during a beach session after Jared and Amanda exchanged vows
on our beautiful beaches here at Panama City Beach. Some people opt to have a large wedding with all the extra details… and others are happy to have just the love of their life there… and that is exactly what these two lovebirds did. 😉
A few years ago I photographed a dear friend’s girlfriend… she is from Hawaii and I LOVED some of the images I made of her.. today while editing the never ending pile of wedding photos, I was working on an image and took a few minutes to
Okay everyone… let’s see how long it takes me to transfer over my blog posting from my previous
blog to this one… and customize it to make it look AWESOME, in between editing and shooting and preparing for
a trip to Europe… yeah, I’ve got this.. lol
Last year I photographed several weddings at Bay Point, which used to be owned by the Marriott, but has since been acquired by Wyndham. Here is a link to the gallery of images they have posted.. hope to work with them more in the future. :+)
I do tend to receive emails that really lift my spirits and make me feel
like I am doing something wonderful. Coming from a world of photojournalism
photographing weddings can feel quite different on whether or now you
are making a difference in the world. With an email like this from a
recent wedding I photographed… I can’t help but to have a HUGE smile
on my face and feel… that I am really doing something important.
A HUGE ‘Thank You!’ from Travis & I for capturing our wedding ceremony!
We just LOVED having you as our photographer!!
You made it into such a fun event! Even Travis (who hates pictures) said how surprised he was at how enjoyable the photography was!! 😉
You have such a great sense of humour, personality and ability to keep things relaxed while still being totally professional.
Your enthusiasm, creativity, your patience and willingness to incorporating concepts we had imagined too, that meant alot!
Like when we took the time to capture a few photographs of my Grandma’s earrings & the family wedding shots I had on the bouquet. It will mean so much to our families. 🙂
Thanks for everything, even going back to the email correspondence & the interest you put into our wedding. From the start you were 100% supportive & we felt from the get go we had found the right woman for the job!
I was so touched by your kindness when you sent along the email link to the “Lovebirds” wedding cake toppers out of the blue!
And for advising on a birdcage veil (Etsy, etc).
It meant alot to have someone offer these gestures when far from home, family & friends at such a time in ones life.
Sonja, you really went above & beyond! <3
You rock & we will be leaving you a stellar review on Wedding Wire in the coming weeks! 🙂
Also, if we know of anyone needing a photographer, we’ll be passing along your name. 🙂