Many of you may not know this, but I actually work at a zoo! It is a wonderful place full of amazing people and of course animals! It is such a joy to walk around and see these wonderful creatures everyday I work. They make beautiful photography subjects, you have to be patient but the shots you get can be amazing!
I am amazed at how great of photos my iPhone can take. If someone would have told me ten years ago my phone would take better photos then the camera I had at the time, I don’t know if I would have believed them. With all the editing apps, it is as if you don’t even need to have a camera for everyday use anymore. Don’t get me wrong, I love my big camera for jobs but I love the simplicity of my phone for everyday photos! Here are a few that I have taken just messing around.
About a week ago I got to photograph a great couple’s wedding! The ceremony was at a beautiful church with stained glass windows, high vaulted ceilings with gold decor and it was still decorated for Christmas! It was breath-taking, much like this couples love for each other. Please leave you feedback and comments, I hope you enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoyed taking them!!
Back in August I had my bridal shower and I am just now adding photos but I wanted to share all the fun details that went along with my theme of a 1950s housewife. I just love the 1950s and I was so excited to live it for a day. We did a color scheme of pink and green, had placements that looked like records with our photos on it, homemade chexmix and candy from that time, old coke bottles as vases, pin ups, and of course our amazing favors! The favors were so cute they were Ajax dish soap with little aprons on them to look like a 50s housewife. We only served food that was popular in the 50s like deviled eggs, Jell-o, etc. All of the bridal party games were related to the 50s as well, such as making a shopping list with the cost of the items in the 50s, 50s trivia, and of course a hula hoop contest! It was so much fun!
Sorry it has been awhile, I have been crazy busy planning my wedding and all! Next week is the big day! But I made sure to still have time to take some amazing senior photos of Sarah and TJ. They were so much fun to work with and I love how the photos really show their personalities and there likes. Sarah wanted to do her session at Mt. Hope cemetery in Rochester because she wants to go into a field that deals directly with similar places. TJ loves his hats and was sure to bring 2 of his favorites to his session and they made great props! Take a look and let me know what you think!