Matt & Christine's Wedding

This past Sunday we had the honor to photograph Matt and Christine Leathers' wedding. When I arrived at Christine's house to start with the pictures, she opened the door with a big smile in her face. I knew that it was going to be one of the happiest days in her life. She looked beautiful and glamorous. We were ready to start capturing this meaningful day. 

A wedding is a once in a lifetime event. There is no room for error. That makes wedding photography challenging and rewarding. We get a chance to be part of one of the most important moments in someone’s life. The day of the wedding we can spend around eight hours with the couple. From the time they start getting ready, until the end of the reception.  A wedding is full of special and emotional moments. In most cases, the conditions to take pictures are challenging. There is little control of the light and the background. Also, the angle from where a picture can be taken is limited.

At the end of a long day, we get home and download the pictures to the computer. And there is a period of anxiety just waiting to see how the pictures look like. These pictures came out beautiful. We know they are anxious to see them too.

Luis and I were honored to be part of this beautiful day. We wish them happiness in their life together.

Wedding Portrait

We recently photographed Kelly's and Steve's wedding. The bride, the groom and their families were very welcoming. Weeks before the wedding we meat and talked on the phone with them a few of times. In the first meeting we got to meet each other and they understood if we were the right photographers for them. Over the next few weeks we were able to plan the wedding schedule and to setup the right expectations.

Then the big day came and all the planning and understanding of the day paid off. We knew exactly what equipment we needed and where to be at different times during the day. Making the day for the couple and for us less stressful. And the end result was what we imagined. Seeing how the couple loved the pictures was the most rewarding thing for us.