Wednesday, April 20, 2011

stevens point beauty. stevens point photography

Just a little treat from before the snow fall to brighten your day.  Even the birds know it is supposed to be nice outside!
Have a great day, Em

Monday, April 18, 2011

david & sarah, day after shoot, Phoenix AZ

The day after David and Sarah were married we met up again for a little tour around Phoenix.  This was their opportunity to get a few more pictures at neat places throughout the city at places that were not possible to reach the day of the wedding.  What a great opportunity!  Once again, cheers to David & Sarah!

Friday, April 08, 2011

david & sarah. Arizona wedding photographer. Mesa, AZ

A wonderful couple mixed with a beautiful location, what more could a photographer ask for?  This was a destination wedding for many involved in David and Sarah's big day.  David and Sarah traveled all the way from Alaska and some family came from North Carolina.  Arizona was a perfect place to bring everyone together, as it was just warm enough and just sunny enough to brighten everyone's winter blues.  The full day took place at Superstition Springs Golf Club.  I can't say enough good things about having an event all at one location.  It really eliminates a lot of stress for everyone involved and makes for a seamless transition from ceremony to cocktails.
Sarah's excitement for photography gave us an instant connection.  Sarah and David's relaxed nature and willingness to let me be creative truly made for a picture perfect scenario for the whole weekend.  I had so much fun getting to know their loved ones and hanging out with their wedding party as well.  They are truly blessed with lots of love.  I wish everyone had Aunties like Sarah does!  I believe they said that between 3 of them they almost have 200 years of marriage under their belts!  That is amazing.  What great stories they have and love.
A massive thank you to Scott Foust, owner of Image Industry in Phoenix, Az.  Scott was my second shooter for the day of the wedding and was a massive help.  It is possible to shoot a wedding with only one photographer (as many do), but I always feel the day moves so much smoother with 2 people, 4 eyes, 4 hands, and 4 cameras!  Thank you Scott for "paying it forward" and contributing your passion to help another photographer out.
David and Sarah, thank you for serving our country and for continuing to make sacrifices for America.  It was an honor to work with you and to see the love that you share with each other.  All the best, Em
Stay posted for their day after shoot to be posted soon!