A few weeks back I posted a link to John’s and Ashley’s engagement session that we shot at Hendrix College. Today, I’ll put up a few of my selections from their wedding day. This was my first full dress military wedding ceremony and it was beautiful.
Trisha and I pulled up to the church in Stuttgart to be greeted by the sound of a duck calling contest. All these guys, standing behind a building off Main St., practicing their best calls. It was entertaining to say the least.
Anyway, we could not have asked for a more beautiful day. We’d driven from Mtn. Home that day, spending most of the time driving through the rain. When we arrived, the sky began to clear and gave way to a beautiful blue. The rest of the day would be just as great. John and Ashley both gave us a lot of freedom to be close to them at all possible times, to get those very personal moments. These are what make the most incredible and emotional photos of the day.
We were thrilled with the results and hope they are too.
the Nurse and her Flyboy…
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A few days back I posted photos from Isaac’s portrait session, and now I get to post photos from his entire family. They came to the studio Saturday and Isaac and his brother, Logan, were both great. Logan is not afraid to have his photo taken and during the periods when Isaac was taking a break, Logan and I played. I love so many of the resulting photos, but I’ll only show a few of them here.
Thanks guys for letting us photograph your family and we hope you love the photos as much as we do.
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Isaac turned 6 months old a few days ago and I was lucky enough to photograph him for the occasion. He was such a happy little guy and had an amazing connection with the camera. I love his expression in so many of his pics. Here are four of my personal favorites.
Later this month we’ll be shooting another session with him, his parents and big brother. I can’t wait to see the interaction between him and his brother. His mom said they are too cute when they’re together.
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One of our local craftsmen/artists stopped by the studio today to have some photos taken of his pens. He sells handmade pens, both ball point and traditional fountain pens, that he makes by hand. They are so beautiful and to be honest, I’m afraid my photos don’t do them justice. I thought since we have so many brides who are looking for a gift for their new husband, or grooms who are looking for gifts to give their groomsmen, I’d post a few of the photos here. If you’re interested in one of his pens, which range in price from $25.00 to over $100, depending on the design, drop me a line and I’ll put you in touch with him. firstname.lastname@example.org
Pens by Mike Byler
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I’d like to say that the Underwood family drove all the way from Bellevue, Nebraska just to have me shoot their family portraits, but that wouldn’t be true. They were in town visiting family and while they were here I had the pleasure of doing their portraits. Their dog, Willy (or I suppose it might be Willie) was HUGE, but so well behaved and so gentle. I love the shot of him and the baby on the floor.
Thanks for stopping in guys and I’ll have your gallery ready to go very soon.
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