These two were a lot of fun. Plenty of “out takes” and super silly shots during the session. We ended up with plenty of good ones that I hope mom and dad will enjoy.
Wow, Summer is such a georgous bride. Her mom and best friend carried lights around for me for a couple hours as I took a few hundred shots of Summer around Litchfield Plantation. Thanks by the way for the help. 🙂 I had the hardest time choosing only a few to put on here. Again,…Details
What a nice wedding from start to finish. These two are so easy going and had me convinced that they were true soul mates from the first time we met. The ceremony was held at St. Andrews in Myrtle Beach and the reception was at the Ocean Reef. Lot’s of pink, everywhere. 🙂 It looked…Details
On April 24th, 2010 Andrea and Adam will tie the knot in Pawleys Island. I met them tonight for the first time for a quick shoot. Real quick actually. They seem like a real nice couple. I’m looking forward to working with them again soon. We plan on doing some cool city shots in Wilmington,…Details
We all have heard that rain on your wedding day is good luck. Well at this wedding the rain stopped for the ceremony, the formal pictures, then continued throughout the night. Lot’s of luck for these two although I don’t think they will need it. They are truly in love and it was obvious all night.…Details
This wedding was shot by two of my associates: My brother Jody and another photographer, Bobby. They both really enjoyed working with the bride and groom as well as their families. From the looks of all the photos these two newlyweds knew how to have a good time. Here are a few as a sneak…Details
What a beautiful wedding from start to finish. The ceremony was at St. Michaels church followed by some formal pictures inside the Atalaya castle. The reception was held at the Grand Dunes Marina which was stunning. The food, flowers, music, and all the other little details made the night one to remember forever.