An After Session is an opportunity to re-create your couple or bridal photos.
For whatever reason something was missing from the initial wedding day photos. Maybe it was a time limitation, maybe you requested a more photojournalistic type of approach and you realize you have no actual wedding portraits. Maybe things just didn’t go as planned and you missed some key photographic opportunities. Maybe now that the weddings over with you want to run through that field and not worry about getting your dress dirty.
Whatever the reason, we’ll take your input, add our creative expertise and create those one of a kind images that you’ve been longing for.
The Gallery below is an after session photographed on Lake Wylie in August. The couple married a few months earlier at the same location but were not able to capture some of the more scenic images of the lake, the home or any couple portraits on the water. They hired a photographer who captured some great moments and they were very happy with the end result but realized there were some key things missing that they really wished they had.
The couple could not be happier with what we captured and plan to have us design a blended album using their wedding day images with our after session images to create a beautiful storybook that ties everything together.
After Sessions typically take about 2 hours, include Digital Files and multiple options for Fine Art and Albums. Attire is totally up to you and depends on the initial reasoning for the session.
We would love to hear your thoughts and ideas for your unique after session, feel free to call and chat any time.
This is Brittany. She has more horse ribbons than she can count. She’s an avid rider and competes nationally across the country. We just knew that capturing her in her element would yield some stunning results.
For more information on our “on location” Senior Portrait Sessions and specific packages geared toward High School Seniors please contact us at 803-548-9585.
Saturday, we watched Emily and Jerry walk down the isle and it just seemed fitting to reminisce a little about the wonderful engagement session we enjoyed together on The ASC Greenway property in and around The Dairy Barn last Fall.
This one was a first for us. We actually photographed the Bridal Session in the bridal boutique where Logan’s dress was purchased in Columbia SC. Bella Vista Bridal not only has an expansive inventory of Beautiful Wedding Gowns and Accessories but their boutique lends itself to creating some amazing images. We brought in our own studio lighting, balanced it with the boutique lighting and decor to create a very stylish and unique Bridal Session. With the South Carolina State House just a couple blocks away we couldn’t resist the urge to go over and create a couple extra images in that location as well. Equally as beautiful but a totally different feel. I think we could probably put Logan in a used car lot and come away with gorgeous images of her but to achieve that Fine Art look it takes a great location and beautiful lighting.
Our bride’s experience with Bella Vista Bridal was wonderful so please take a moment to visit their site and learn more about them.
A portrait taken in a client’s natural environment such as their home or workplace puts the client at ease and gives them an opportunity to be more expressive. The surroundings we photograph them in can also convey a lot about their profession, their interests and their personality.
Let us bring our full service mobile studio to your location and create some dynamic professional images that promote you or the product your marketing.
Our on location portraiture rate with Fort Mill Photography is very reasonably priced at $150/hr. Multiple options for purchasing print or digital media are available a la carte.
The portrait shown today is a recent shoot for Rae and Alissa who are sales associates for True Homes USA. They wanted a professional portrait in their environment which was one of the Model Homes they work from. I have to say that I was very impressed with the look and feel of the Model and I think most of Charlotte is as well. They just had a great feature story published about them which is creating quite a buzz for this company. Here’s a direct link to the article by The Charlotte Observer http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2013/05/23/4059764/welcome-to-the-typical-suburban.html#.UaPhY4_k8as.