Excuse this brief interruption of your day for a beautiful winter scene from Colorado.
The Bates are one of the awesome families that I have had the opportunity to shoot for several years now. It is probably my favorite thing about photography, the relationships. I get to watch this family grow every year and I get to be a part of documenting their love for each other and the journey of their life. It truly is a joy and an honor. I hope I get to photograph them every year for decades to come.
I am trying to get better at these vlogs. I am figuring out some tricks to make it easier. In today's post I try out my new Rode Video Micro.
We also go for a walk to release the butterflies that River had watched turn from caterpillars. River has been pretty sick for a couple days, but this was a nice break.
Sony A7ii + 28mm f2 + Rode Video Micro + Adobe Premiere
The clouds were starting to look pretty epic, so I mounted my GoPro Session to the front of my Tahoe and let it shoot the sunset as I worked. It came out pretty awesome. I need to do little things like this more.
I am sitting here looking through pictures and trying to mentally process this past weekend, and I am not sure I am ready to yet. We flew out for a whirlwind trip to Virginia to photograph our amazing friends Kelly and Steve's wedding and it was the most beautiful and emotional weekend we have had in a long time. The wedding was near Lynchburg Virgina which is the town that we met and both went to college in and in many ways it is the town that made us. We saw so many old friends and experienced so may places that were so influential to us. It was really fun, but at the same time a little bit hard to process.
The wedding was absolutely perfect and beautiful and so much fun. We are so thrilled for our friends. God has bless their marriage already. We are going to miss them. Many more photos coming soon, I just wanted to get a little preview up.
We love you Kelly and Steve and we are so freakin' happy for you guys.