Couldn’t resist. Check out two of my costume babies…Harry Sessoms as Curious George (with his and his dad’s ‘buddies’ by his side) and Hayes Hogue as the Little Stinker (and a nakey pumpkin, we’ll call it). So precious!
More photos and posting to come… but thought I would go ahead and post the link for Elizabeth Wyatt and Charlie Balthrop’s Wedding! I know some of you guys have been anxious to see this one! :) It was quite a memorable event… everything was beautiful and I know everyone had THE BEST time! View their slideshow to see moments captured from the entire day…. www.byshea.com/wyattbalthropwedding. It was so special to be there to photograph my cousin’s wedding… We’re so… Read more »
I recently photographed a few Clarksville landmarks for my buddy’s new Orthodontics website. It brought me back to the ole class project days… strolling around town with my camera, for fun… a nice change to be shooting buildings instead of faces for an afternoon. :) I used my precious Horizon panoramic for a unique perspective. It works great for architecture, but I’ve found it’s fun for weddings and group shots. Thought I’d share a few of my favorites, but you… Read more »
I ventured to Southport, NC to photograph two of my favorite folks get married. The 10 hour drive was so worth the trip to be there for Brooke and Cleve’s big day!I love this moment where Brooke helped Cleve with his tie… he didnt sneak one peak.Every detail was covered, from flowers designed by Brooke’s grandmother to the GORGEOUS letterpress invites and programs designed by the couple themselves, to the custom recipe Jelly Belly party favors.It was so special to… Read more »
I’ve been trying to catch up posting on the blog… but while you wait on the latest weddings and portraits, thought I would share a few bridal portrait sessions shot recently. These sessions were both so much fun.I posted Mary Alice and Seth’s wedding photos previously, but her bridal session was just too fun not to share! We started at a florist boutique, Flower Stems, in downtown Birmingham, then a few shots on Morris Ave and on to the Botanical… Read more »