Bailey and Jeremiah are a leap of faith couple, meaning they hired me without meeting me from out of state based on e-mail and phone conversations and the strength of my portfolio. I take no wedding lightly, but even moreso when the couple has clearly put their confidence in me when a lot of people wouldn’t have the courage. It’s the exact opposite of the couple who insists on having four in person meetings before the contract; I mean, if you have such little confidence in someone, don’t hire them for something as important as your wedding photos, right?
It’s a slight leap on my part as well because it’s very hard to do an amazing job for people you’ve never interacted with before, and the chemistry really does have to be there for the absolute best results. It wasn’t that much of a leap, though, because these two just effuse sweetness, and once I got to be around them, the love just radiates from them. If you were wondering if true love exists, take them to lunch and you will see it, live and in HD
The wedding timeline featured a long (for me) portrait session – which was great – but it was at high noon – not so great. It forced me to figure out ways to get the portrait we needed in the absolute worst light possible, which I did with the use of some super high powered flash. I hope you love it as much as I did!