We had the pleasure of teaming up to photograph Shenandoah University‘s performance of Romeo and Juliet. Shooting for the school has always been such a pleasure as a creative outlet as well as for amazing entertainment. I wish I knew about what a hidden gem was just “up the road” from me in the past!
It started off as a job, but then it turned into finding a new Dentist…
We definitely got to really enjoy the fall leaves with many of our new Wedding clients this year. During our consultation we learned that John had proposed to Stacey on Skyline Drive, and with the leaves almost at peak foliage we knew we had to do their Engagement session there.
Charles and I admitted to being uneasy around babies. For that reason, we don’t accept many children’s sessions. Those few we hold are typically for our “lifetime” clients. We shoot their weddings and then stay with them, documenting their family as it continues to expand. Nora has been one of our exceptions. We met her […]
Charles loves performance photography. While I’d love to capture the exciting parts of a show, be it theatre or music, I also want to just enjoy the moment and performance. It’s hard to be fully present and in the moment when you are working.
Now here’s a fun couple! Anna and Rob approached us for their engagement shoot with a specific request in mind. Anna asked if we could hold their session on the Blue Ridge Mountain with the Autumn colors as they’ll be married in October in the Shenandoah Valley.
Shenandoah University’s Music Conservatory Wind Ensemble asked for some images of their concert.
Its time for a Lighting Tutorial!
Things that I typically always have during a shoot….. Shoot Checklist: Cameras Lenses Lights Tripod Cell Phone Spider Holster