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It’s not very often that we begin conversations with future clients like this: “You know, you guys should just elope. Go somewhere awesome. Keep it tiny. Make it yours.” Wait, that sounds weird. Let’s back up. When we first started exploring the idea of expanding to Vermont for the summer/fall wedding season we met fellow photographer Paul Reynolds through Facebook, and he blew us away with his friendly and welcoming nature. (When we later met…

The summer weather in South Florida is wildly unpredictable. Generally one can expect it to be hot [obviously], but we sometimes have days of relentless sunshine followed by sudden torrential downpours. Or hurricanes. (We don’t get “drizzle”. If it’s raining, you’ll notice; it’s typically blowing sideways.) When we photograph weddings in the summer in Florida we tend to go with the philosophy of, “Hey. You’ll say vows! And we’ll take photos. We’ll play the rest…

There’s nothing like a summer day in Vermont. Hiking a hill in the warm sun carrying clothing and equipment for a portrait session may not appeal to everyone, but Emily and Margot both grew up in this beautiful state; dodging cow patties, avoiding brambles, and eating crab apples are all just part of the experience. This I Love Vermont session is to celebrate Margot’s 30th birthday this year; we couldn’t think of a better location…

We couldn’t have asked for more perfect weather; it was the kind of early fall day when it’s still warm, but the heat of summer has mercifully fled. A clear sky, a light breeze, and a kiss of warmth from the sun made this session perfectly pleasant, an absolute delight to shoot. We had been traveling in the northeast for over a week at this point (see Em’s travel photography on Instagram), encountering a variety…