This intimate photo was taken on Oahu’s west coast where it is almost always sunny year round. The evening light is beautiful, making it perfect for late afternoon and sunset photo sessions. Lava rocks found along the coast of Hawaii islands take a big part in Hawaiian cultural significance and Hawaii uniqueness.no comments
This Race Brook Lodge wedding portrait caught our attention for it’s soft colors and artistic allure. It was carefully crafted by Massachusetts wedding photographer, Meg Haley Photographs and features the lovely Christopher and Alexandrea.no comments
We were first drawn to the sea glass hues in today’s Friday Photo Feature, but fell in love with the innate romance it portrays. Take a look at this beach kiss photo taken by Sieber Studio and let us know if you feel the same! (We think you will).
In honor of the impending engagement season, we wanted to share one of our favorite romantic bride and groom photos of all time. This swoon-worthy shot, taken by Zee Anna Photography, makes our hearts positively flutter.no comments
If this brilliant Friday Photo Feature doesn’t take your breath away, we’re not sure what will. Violet and tangerine clouds make this Thailand wedding portrait one of the most gorgeous we’ve seen. Vanessa and Richard are the pair featured in this stunning shot, which was taken at La Flora, Khao Lak (you can see a few more images from their wedding here).no comments
Today’s Friday Photo Feature was taken by the team behind Leslie Spurlock Photography. Although Leslie edited this magnificent rainbow wedding portrait, it was Todd Stricker, her second shooter, who nailed the shot. The couple, Carrie and Scotty, were married on July 14th, 2012 at the Filter Building in Dallas, Texas. They had stormy skies that day, but the clouds eventually cleared to display two beautiful rainbows!
Ben of Chernivsky Weddings took this starry night wedding portrait of Inga and Kevin at their incredible Woodruff, Wisconsin union. The couple chose to tie the knot at a place called Franklin’s Coon Lodge, which Chernivsky compares to a delightful summer camp, secluded next to e a beautiful lake. One would never guess the mysterious elements involved in achieving this spectacular photo:
This week’s Friday Photo Feature brings us to the sandy beaches of Mexico. Britanee and Ryan had their Cabo San Lucas wedding portraits taken by Boston wedding photographer, Josh Fisher, who skillfully captured this breathtaking shot. The soft yet vivid colors paired with the textures of rock, water, mountain and sky could not provide a more romantic setting for this special moment.no comments
Daniel Sather brings us to St. Louis for this week’s Friday Photo Feature (you can see last week’s British Columbia beauty here). Jordan and Alina chose to have their City Museum wedding portraits in a unique location- a ferris wheel! The couple seem unfazed despite the somewhat hair-raising setting of their photo shoot.no comments
For today’s Friday Photo Feature, we selected an image from Dallas wedding photographer, Leslie Spurlock. This British Columbia beauty was captured during an Emerald Lake wedding photo shoot and is full of all the glorious greens you would expect from the area! Despite the rain and 40-degree chill, Leslie managed to nail a shot that this couple won’t soon forget.1 comment