I love how Richmond engagement sessions allow for the perfect mix of both causal and classy backdrops. Andrea suggested the murals for their first location in their casual attire and I love how well the colors work together. Then, we popped over to the State Capitol Building where these two looked like celebrities. Thiel had a personalized tux that was complemented perfectly by Andrea’s sparkly gold gown
I'm incredibly excited about sharing these images with you! This adorable couple will have their wedding photographed by Jessica, the lovely owner of Jessica Green Photography. I met Jessica almost two years ago and I'm so glad she was willing to sit down for coffee with a excited, confused budding photographer. I've attended her workshop and learned so much from her in the past two years. She’s fellow studentpreneur and I admire her hard work and sacrifice as she builds her business while attending college.
ake a second to pop over to the photos application on your phone. How many photos do you have? A few hundred? Maybe even a few thousand? I have 1,194. If you’re like me, those photos just sit on your phone until a random moment when you go searching for a random memory. Keeping an album on your phone is great because you have all of your pictures easily saved in one central location. However, don’t let an Instagram picture with a few hundred likes be the last time your photos see the light of day. Print them. Printing your photographs is a quick, easy way to take advantage of your memories. You can frame your prints, use them as bookmarks, or send them to friends far away at college. You can get incredibly creative with prints, just consult Pinterest!