Tabatha and Logan took full advantage of our First Responder Discount program and I have absolutely loved every minute we’ve spent together. They met is school as emergency responders and both continue in the same profession as Paramedics. They work … Continue reading
This lovely Fall Engagement Session was photographed at Colonel Francis Beatty Park on the same day this beautiful couple will be walking down the aisle in 2016. Everything just falls into place when you can work with a couple who … Continue reading
We are especially fortunate in this area to have a place like Riverwalk Carolinas to be able to enjoy. The scenery is gorgeous in the Fall and it’s the perfect location for a Fall engagement session. We had a great time photographing Jessica and Alex here. We played right up until sunset and ended with a little silhouette between the trees. Below are a just a few of our favorites from the session. Enjoy!
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.
Photographer: Shirley Wedra
Assistant Photographer: Jennifer Sharp
Makeup Artist: Erin Ashley firstname.lastname@example.org
We love the outdoors and it’s no secret that we shoot most of our work out in the open with natural light. You just can’t get any better than what Mother Nature provides for us. Recently we got an opportunity to pack up the Jeep and head out to a private farm for an engagement shoot with Heather and Whit. We were having a lot of fun taking photos with the barn and the flowers in the field but then decided to do something most probably wouldn’t do. There was a pond way out in a fenced in area where the livestock grazed so we loaded everything back in the Jeep and headed out across the pasture for some more photos by the pond. We pulled our equipment out and started taking photos when the cows started closing in around us. In no time at all we had probably 30 cows including at least one bull looking us right in the eyes. So we used the opportunity and kept shooting for some great photos with our new friends as a backdrop. They soon moved on to find our Jeep much more interesting than us, which made for another great shot. We made our way to the pond and finished up the shoot with a beautiful sky reflecting on the water. We left the field in peace and our Jeep was untouched except for a couple of drool spots by that big bull.