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Another great love story unfolded in front of our cameras last week. We got a chance to know this cute couple at their engagement photo shoot a few days before they said “I DO”. (wedding pictures to follow) With all the love in the air, there is no need for a story their faces tell it all!!


Congrats to Max and Laura…and minimus!!

until next time,



  • Sylvia Flint - I love the way you set this up! Very nice approach!ReplyCancel

I love this blog entry it makes me smile and I have barely started typing. Adam and I got to be part of a top secret photo shoot. I got the call a few weeks ago from a guy who wanted to propose to his girlfriend and he wanted us to photograph it happening!! We were so excited and nervous at the same time. The timing of this whole event was specific and we had to be sneaky. Everything went as planned and as soon as we got to the bed and breakfast where they were staying, we crossed paths with them and she had no clue we were there for her. Adam and I took a stroll around the park trying to stay close and not look suspicious. We took lots of pictures of birds to stay occupied while we waited.


Soon enough the time had come and before we knew it he was down on one knee.

Taking it all in…

After things settled down we took a stroll around the park and took some engagement photos. You can just see the happiness they are both filled with. We were so honored to part of this big day and wish Jake and Lauren all the best!!

Let the wedding plans begin!



Sorry to all those who follow us. I have been a bad blogger lately! busy busy!

Adam and I have been at the beach several times the past few weeks, photographing families!! Families mean so much to us in this business. We spend such a short time with each of them and help their memories last forever. This particular shoot meant a lot to us and we were so honored to be the photographers for this happy family.

We all have a special place in our hearts for our dads.

This post is dedicated to the Arrington family and their dad Jesse Arrington who past away September 12, 2011.

“What we have once enjoyed and deeply loved we can never lose, for all that we love deeply becomes a part of us.”

-Helen Keller


until next time,




Adam and I spent last Saturday night with Robertsdale High School’s 2001 Alumni. (go bears!) It was a ten year reunion to remember and we had a blast being a part of the entertainment. We were there to set up a photo booth and capture all the fun that will later be put together in a video to show all 1400 eventful photos!! Until then I decided to pick out a few of the best ones!! After the first few people stepped into this photo booth, no one was shy and the camera never slowed down the rest of the night.


At first, some were a bit confused and no one knew what do to…

It did not take long for the ideas to start rolling.

Soon everyone was trying to spell for the camera!

Some were more successful than others ๐Ÿ™‚


A few became very comfortable with the photo booth and got to close!

We re-enacted prom night,

and time out!

people were making passes and scoring touch downs all night long.

Unfortunately ย all good things must come to an end. ๐Ÿ™

We had such a great time with everyone that came out! Good Luck to everyone from the class of 2001!!!


We will have the video posted soon.




  • Jenna Darby - LOVE it!!!! I can’t wait til our 10 yr Reunion!!ReplyCancel

  • Sonya - Where are the rest? I know I have at least 5 I was in at the booth, along with some of my friends.ReplyCancel