Here’s a vantage point I don’t often get to see. The bride’s father was a general in the army stationed at Fort Meyer. His quarters on the base offered a spectacular view of the National Mall and monuments. The image was made across the street from their front yard. With Erin & Brian!
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It’s snowing hard at my house again this morning and with this brutal winter I have sure been longing for some of those beautiful fall afternoons along the Potomac River. These are a couple of images from Sarah and Scott’s wedding day.
This is from a twilight portrait shoot with a couple on a cloudy winter day. I noticed the sky resembled the texture and pattern of the bride’s dress. I elevated Eve & Bryan on a nearby wall so that I could frame them with the sky and used a little off camera flash to give […]
Here’s another first dance vantage point from the National Museum of Women in the Arts. I love the flow of the sequence with Danielle and Brian.
The National Museum of Women in the Arts is one of my favorite wedding venues. It offers so many vantage points to create unique images. Here’s one from Michelle and Clayton’s first dance there.