Archive for the ‘Engagement’ Category

We’ve been returning to Steel City to shoot quite a bit lately.  Each time has been so amazing – partly because it is such a great city and the other part is definitely that our couples are even better than the city itself.  I loved the session we did with Johanna & Patrick.  It’s obvious they are very much in love and that they make each other laugh.  Some of the candid images both Mike and I took of them were my favorites.

You’ll see more of these two when we capture their wedding at Succop Conservancy in the Fall!

Thank you, both!  🙂

So, I have tons of catching up to do.  It’s been an incredibly busy summer, so far.  We met Rachel & Justin in Pittsburgh a couple of weeks ago and had a great time with them.

Their wedding will be this weekend and we are super excited as they will be doing what we call “The Reveal”.  What is “The Reveal” you say?  Well, you’ll have to check back next week for the answer to that one.  😉

For now, here are a few of my favorites from their e-session.

This and the next were taken by my wonderful assistant (and husband) - David.

This was in the sneakpeek, but it was too gorgeous not to post, again.

Thanks, again, to both of you!  See you Saturday!

Two gorgeous couples in Pittsburgh in one weekend.  I always say how lucky I am to have such good-looking clients.  They make my job easy.  🙂

Johanna + Patrick have picked an awesome location for their wedding in the Fall – Succop Conservancy – which I plan to go visit very soon.  More to come from their session!

Just having a little fun with the blue wall…

Thanks you two!  Looking forward to the wedding.  🙂

Just a little peek from our Friday evening e-session with Rachel + Justin.  Mt. Washington at sunset – definitely worth the trip.  We had a fun time shooting through Pittsburgh with them.  They’re getting married in less than a month!  More from their session soon.

A New Way To Share…

June 10, 2010

It’s always tough for me to choose which images I’d like to share on my blog.  I always have so many that I fall in love with, but to add 20 to 30 or more images in one post?  Well, it would be overkill….or would it?  The challenge for me was to come up with a way to share more images with you and also keep you from navigating away (from complete boredom) at the same time.  Enter Animoto.  I believe with this, the possibilities are endless.  So as the emergency broadcast system says – this is a test…

I will still be posting images.  Nothing beats a beautiful blown up still, but for those who would like to see more – stay tuned!  🙂