Last month, I had the wonderful opportunity to capture Trey & Mary Linda’s incredible wedding in Fayetteville, Arkansas. This was our first “Fusion Wedding,” where we shoot photos and video of your day, then combine them into a film. Last week we shared a small taste of their wedding day through photos and today I am proud to share their fusion film. I hope you enjoy some of the highlights of their wedding below!
Last weekend, I had the wonderful opportunity to capture Trey & Mary Linda’s incredible wedding in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The location (James at the Mill) was absolutely gorgeous and the weather was fantastic. This was our first “Fusion Wedding,” where we shoot photos and video of your day, then combine them into a film (which we will be posting early next week). We are also very thrilled to announce that some of these images will be featured in Arkansas Bride Magazine!! I hope you enjoy a sneak peak of their wedding!
Trey + Mary Linda: I loved working with you both!! Thank you so much for allowing me to travel from Virginia to capture your day!
Last week we had the opportunity of capturing Jessica & Sean’s lovely wedding in the city of Bridgewater, Virginia. The ceremony & reception were so fun to shoot and we are thrilled to show you the highlights of the day. Enjoy a sneak peak of these lovebirds!
Jessica+Sean: It was an honor to work with you both!!
I traveled over to Colonial Williamsburg today, which is probably my favorite photography spot in Virginia. I armed myself with the 5D, a bag of lenses, and my new GlideTrack Shooter (I ended up using only one lens and a tripod for this).
Today was exceptional because it was was around 75 degrees and after a ton of snow this winter, it was nice to see everyone outside and enjoying the day.
This brief moment tries to capture that sense of freedom and sense of excitement that comes with the warmer months.
I hope you enjoy it!
Music: Hot Air Balloon – Joseph Vitarelli (from the John Adams Soundtrack – Part of that series was shot in Williamsburg!)
We are so excited to share this post with you, as it has been something in the works for a few months now. Last weekend, we had the opportunity to collaborate with Jodi Miller Photography on a new project called “E-Fusion”! E-Fusion is a new concept that combines still + motion photography of an engagement session into one medium. For couples, this means that they will not only receive photos of their engagement session, but a video too. This video can be shared online with family and friends all over the world and help you’re wedding guests get excited for the big day!
Kurt, Jodi, and I traveled to Washington D.C. to work with an amazing couple, Paula &Jared. Since Paula is from Colombia, they thought it would be fit to incorporate a travel theme into their session. We came up with several props that would represent them both, including a vintage luggage piece, globe, paper airplanes, maps, and some old-timey letters (a fun DIY we created with tea-stained paper + some photoshop action :] ) . We shot around Georgetown and ended up in a field behind Reagan Int’l Airport (the perfect setting for their theme!). So without further adieu, here is Paula & Jared’s E-Fusion:
Music: “Fly Me Away” by Annie Little
We hope you enjoyed our first E-Fusion! Here are a few behind the scenes images!!
If you are interested in having a fusion created of your engagement session, please contact us for more details!