Can I just tell you how great it is to be a second shooter at a wedding? It's kind of perfect. There is no stress. I pack up my gear, meet up with a friend, enjoy being creative with my camera, and eat a really fabulous meal. Then I click some more, eat cake, get paid, and go home. Best. Day. Ever.
I mean, how could it not be? Do you see how gorgeous these two are?
And the venue was amazing! Do you see that old railroad trestle in the background? How cool is that? Moon's Big Red Barn in Ulysses was a great host.
Thanks to Jeannine for having me tag along and spend the day capturing the love between Maran and Wyatt.
I cannot even begin to tell you how hard it was for me to not eat every single one of these chocolate-covered strawberries. Seriously. The one I had was the best chocolate-covered strawberry I'd ever eaten. And they were so beautiful!
Here's another favorite from my soccer team guys. I also had the pleasure of photographing his family and more senior photos with his brother.
Here’s another couple who will be celebrating an anniversary in the next month or so. Don’t you absolutely love Sarah’s shoes?
Has anyone else been outside this afternoon? It makes me wish I was at the lake as we were with this flashback of Jenna.
You’ll be seeing more of these two later on this month. Hint: Happy early anniversary! I’m not a fan of being cold, but I do love a good winter photo shoot. I’ll make the cocoa if you book the date!
Jordan chose one of my all-time favorite places to shoot photos: Seneca Lake. We hung out on the dock, climbed some trees, and enjoyed a beautiful waterfall. It's hiding in the background of the last photo.
Who could forget this fun gang? So much anticipation waiting to see what would be on the chalk boards next.
I worked with Keenan's mom, Christy, while I was at EC. We got these great photos together at Eldridge Park. Going through these flashbacks has reminded me of a ton of places I need to revisit.
This wee one always had the best pairs of tiny Toms. She's a big sister now, with years of experience.
One of my all-time favorite sessions was with Joy. Even going through the old files to pick a photo for these flashbacks, it was hard to narrow down just a few to post.