A few weeks ago we teamed up with Radian Photography of Durham for a session at Ft. Fisher. I LOVE shooting down there, but this particular night, the light was so soft and pretty. Normally, shooting on the beach with no shade offers you slimmer opportunities for directions to shoot... but not that night. Just the right amount of clouds gave us endless opportunities.
We'll be back this weekend, if anyone is interested in a session! Why not knock out that Christmas card photo while you still have a tan!?
Happy Tuesday.... errr.. Wednesday! Due to a computer snafu blogging was next to impossible yesterday... (poor laptop cord went for a walk and never returned... Amazon to the rescue!) Anyway.... today we have Travis & Christina! I've known Travis since we were about 14.... good 'ole high school days of homeroom together. Memories. Now, he's engaged to the lovely Christina... and I get to photograph their wedding!!! We met up in Durham to do their photos in and around American Tobacco, a thriving revitalized area of downtown. This particular night was a Durham Bulls baseball game and we were a little nervous about the crowds (or hoards of cars we might be dealing with) as we pulled up to the parking deck, we were told it was full. Dang. There went our first stop... a skyline shot from the top... we decided to trek up to the top anyway.... not a car in sight! We have no idea why they thought the deck was full..... thankfully, it wasn't!
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Shoot is hybrid, Nikon D750 & Bronica ETRS, Portra 800, processed by Pro Photo Irvine
I was over the moon when my oldest friend got engaged... and then asked me to shoot the wedding (and engagement!). Kyle used to sell boats, and many of their dates when they started dating involved the lake... so we started at the Peninsula Club. We then left there and went to their wedding venue... Green Gables Farm. Love this venue and cannot wait to photograph their wedding there!
Chrissie & AJ were such great sports to wonder through the streets of Myers Park with me for their engagement session! I might just wonder neighborhoods for all my sessions... I knew we couldn't go wrong with the giant trees and beautiful landscaping of Myers Park.
This entire post is film. It's a mix of medium format Fuji 400H on my Bronica and 35mm Portra 800. Enjoy :-)