We had such a fun session with Jessica and Zach. They are so hilarious and playful together that the entire session was a posing dream! They barely needed any direction and were naturals in front of the camera. I can’t wait for their wedding day! I am so excited to share a few of the images from their session with you!
Amanda and Michael’s day was nothing short of perfection! The views at Vintage Villas are just absolutely stunning and to top it all off, the clouds helped to create the most gorgeous sunset you’ve ever seen. These two are just so perfect together and I am so blessed that they chose to have us be a part of their day. I am so happy to share my favorite photos of their day with you!
Special thanks to all the Vendors who helped make Amanda and Michael’s Day Perfect:
Wedding Planner: Trademark Weddings
Cake: Sweet Treets Bakery
Venue and Caterer: Vintage Villas
Florist: Romantic Florals
We got to shoot something a little different last week! We have done a few projects with Ally Lucas and when she mentioned she was doing a cosplay set from Breath of the Wild we knew we HAD to be a part of it! Breath of the Wild was one of my favorite games from 2017, so it was really fun photographing cosplay I was really familiar with. I have been wanting to try out some creative cosplay photography for a while now, so this was the perfect opportunity. We met up at Austin's Walnut Creek Metropolitan Park to give us a backdrop that was reminiscent of the BOTW series. I am really proud of how this set turned out. Ally will be at a few conventions this year in Austin, so if you see her be sure to say "Hello"! :)
Cosplay and Accessories: @Allymarialucas
Costume: Beverly Perez
Mr. and Mrs. Sanderson had the most beautiful wedding day at Mission Theater. Their whole day was absolutely full of joy. The Mission Theater is a gorgeous venue, and it provided a beautiful backdrop for a fantastic wedding. These two are so absolutely in love. One of my favorite parts of their day was the first look. These two had been waiting all morning for the moment they'd be reunited and you could tell that the moment they first saw each other again they were overjoyed just to be together. Their friends and family all told us stories of what amazing people these two were, and we are so blessed to have witnessed them joining together as husband and wife. I am so thrilled to share these images with you from their day.
A special thanks to all of the vendors involved in creating their perfect day will be listed at the bottom of our post.
Vendors who made Mr. and Mrs. Sanderson's Wedding Day absolutely perfect:
Wedding Coordinator: Christine Darden
Florist: April Cremer
Cake Artist: Jan O'rouke
DJ: Platinum KC
Makeup and Hair: Amanda Sledd
Limo: Legacy Limo KC
Wedding Gown: Bridal Extraordinaire
Catering: Jack Stack Barbecue
Venue: Mission Theater
Brook and David had an absolutely stunning wedding day on Brook's family's farmland. The day started with each of them spending the morning with their bridesmaids and groomsmen in the family's gorgeous cabin. Their ceremony was made extra special with the addition of Brook's father acting as officiant. It made their ceremony feel cozy and genuine. I felt like every little detail put into their wedding day showed you something personal about them. Their time abroad together, their love of books, and Studio Ghibli. All of their friends and family made us feel like a welcomed addition to their day. We were so blessed to have been a part of it and we are so thrilled to share our favorite images with you all!
Finally edited my photos from my trip to Estes Park and Denver with my sister and her family! We got to spend almost an entire week of quality time with them. It was a much-needed vacation to catch up and hang out with my sweet little nephew. We went to the mountains, shopped in the cute little downtown, went to the Stanley Hotel, and checked out a few of their local breweries. It was a fabulous weekend and my sister will be happy to see that I *finally* got these photos of her climbing this big ol' rock edited and posted. :)
I was recently inspired by the Subreddit, /r/Outrun. For those of you that are not familiar with it, the community describes itself as "a general community dedicated to the synthwave music scene, a revisionist 80s music style of synthesizers and pulsing beats, and the retrofuturist 80s aesthetic of fast cars, neon lights and chrome." I put together a few projects using this bright theme and I have had so much feedback on them that I thought it was about time to put together a tutorial on how I achieved this look. When working with artificial light, we use a method of "light building" and I am going to do my best to teach you the best way to achieve this look. Perfect for portraits, pets, and shiny objects. :) I will have a list of all products used at the end of the post. So if you're interested in creating your own you can see everything I used! Be sure to tag us in your creations if you use this to make a work of your own. This will be a more advanced tutorial, using DSLR equipment. If you're interested in a more beginner tutorial, let us know! If we get feedback we'd love to make a beginner version of this tutorial.
Most importantly, have fun creating! :)