If you have been keeping up with our photography at all over the past few months, you might have noticed a slow shift in our photography style. Our style has always been a blend of romantic and classic, but with the incorporation of film, we feel like we are able capture love and beauty in a way we are completely captivated by.
We believe that a good photographer is always growing and pushing him or herself to become better, both creatively and technically. In order to push ourselves in this direction, Reid and I made a decision to invest in attending a photography workshop put on by Erich McVey, one of the best film wedding photographers in the country. Even though Reid was not able to physically attend, I think we have both grown immensely as a result of the workshop.
It was truly life-changing and art-changing.
I will be writing more about the workshop and the incredible people I met very soon. In the meantime, here are some of my images from the week.
Workshop: Erich McVey Workshop
Location: Brasada Ranch
Styling: Ginny Au
Florals: Holly Carlisle
Ribbon: Froufrou Chic
Calligraphy & Paper Goods: Brown Linen Design
Hair & Makeup: Amy Clarke
Dresses Provided by: White Dresses Boutique, Finery Boutique, Ivory & White Boutique
Chairs & Benches: O’brien Events
Hair & Makeup Assistant: Beth Level
Styling Assistant: A&B Creative
Models: Laura & Billy Nelson
Film Processing & Scanning Provided by PhotoVision
Guest Speakers: Wedding Chicks, PhotoVision, Ginny Au, Amy Clarke, Neve Albums
Welcome Dinner Concert: Symmetry/Symmetry
All Film Provided by Fuji Film