SKETCHBOOK: Watch Yourself

Of course, that’s not a message to Megan and Tyler. They are amazing and I’m excited about the life and the love they’re building with each other. It’s a warning to photographers. Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Watch Yourself”

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SKETCHBOOK: Where’s The House

In Louisville on River Road and Frankfort Avenue, there’s an awesome facade for a house that was built in the 19th century and we did some engagement photos of Megan and Tyler there. As beautiful as the structure is, Megan and Tyler still put it to shame. Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Where’s The House”

SKETCHBOOK: Tender Moments are Fun Moments

I’ve already mentioned how easy it was to make remarkable photos of Megan and Tyler at their engagement photo shoot. And, as you’ve seen from the photos so far, that’s the truth.  Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Tender Moments are Fun Moments”

SKETCHBOOK: She’s The Director

Misty and I have had the pleasure of shooting wonderful subjects for a number of years now and Megan and Tyler are no exception. During their engagement photo session, though nervous, they really brought their A game. Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: She’s The Director”

SKETCHBOOK: Megan and Tyler For Real

So what do you get when you put a beautiful bride-to-be and a handsome groom? Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Megan and Tyler For Real”

SKETCHBOOK: Megan and Tyler

Earlier today, Misty and I took Megan and Tyler on a tour of some cool looking spots downtown in NuLu and the Waterfront for their engagement photo shoot.
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SKETCHBOOK: I Kissed a Girl

No irony. No shock value. Tanya and Jennifer are getting married so yes, they kissed and girl and they liked it. Remember when, in the past, this would have been considered shocking and scandalous and my website would have been put on a nationwide banned list. Thank goodness the world got smart and decided, “well why not.” Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: I Kissed a Girl”

SKETCHBOOK: Crazy Little Thing Called Love

When I shoot engagement sessions, I personally like to be able to feel the affection between the couple. I have no empirical evidence of what I’m about to say, but I think it’s really there. When the two people in front of the camera love each other, and genuinely feel it, it makes the photos better. Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Crazy Little Thing Called Love”

SKETCHBOOK: Saying Yes

As anyone who has decided to step off that cliff and into matrimonial bliss will tell you, the most nerve-wracking part of the process comes from the time you ask and you wait until she gives you her answer. You hope it’s yes, but you don’t know until the words actually come out of her mouth. Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Saying Yes”