Photo Cropping Explained | Bridal Business

Understanding photo crops seems like a no-brainer to a wedding photographer, but I’ve quickly come to realize that clients don’t speak our language on a regular basis and, therefore, may not be quite as familiar with this idea! Before we delve in, I think two phrases need to be defined: Aspect Ratio: The relationship between the Continue Reading

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Jefferson Memorial Engagement | Sarah & Kevin

Despite having been a Washington, DC wedding photographer for many years, I think it’s safe to say I still tend to be a bit too trusting in the city. Especially around the monuments, I often find that everyone keeps to themselves. There are, of course, the few tourists who ask to snap a photo with Continue Reading

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The Naked Project | Camille

If I’m remembering correctly, the first time I met Camille is when she and her husband, Ben, attended a Christmas party at my house! It might sound weird to invite people you barely know to your home for a party, but that’s just how the photography community is — everyone is very open and excited Continue Reading

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Inn at Huntingfield Creek Wedding | Caitie & Steve

I was so excited to return to The Inn at Huntingfield Creek for Caitie and Steve’s wedding day this summer. Having previously shot at this venue (also in the summer!) and knowing how July is infamous for it’s sweltering temperatures, I knew it was going to be a hot one. But I’m not exaggerating one Continue Reading

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Running Hare Vineyard Wedding | Joanna & Nico

If you missed Part One of Joanna and Nico’s Washington National Cathedral wedding, open up a new tab and start there! Just don’t forget to come back because Part Two is equally amazing!  It’s not super often that I split a wedding into two parts! After all, I like to tell the full story of Continue Reading

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