Looking for the truth about “light and airy” and “dark and moody” styles of photography? Laura’s take: trends change. Aspire instead to images that stand the test of time.
It’s been raining A LOT this wedding season. I don’t have the weather stats in my hand, but it sure feels like we’ve had more rainy weekends this summer than not. At the beginning
I was thrilled to photograph Yu and Brian’s elopement at the Hunterdon County Courthouse! Elopements are fun and exciting because they’re often very last minute. In the world of weddings, nine months ahead can
2020 was *not* what any of us had planned, but my wedding couples proved love is not cancelled! They braved changes, cancellations, postponements…you name it! A few brave souls decided to go for it,
Even before 2020, I was noticing quite a growing trend toward smaller, more intimate weddings. Don’t get me wrong–I love a big, loud celebration! But I know it’s not for everyone. A lot of
In the midst of COVID uncertainty and gloom, there were real shining bright spots this summer. For sure one of them for me was capturing Hannah and Benjamin’s wedding! When they got in touch
I’ve always thought elopements are special, but this one was magical. I had a few phone conversations with Bonnie & Eduardo, who were planning their elopement from Virginia. They were thrilled to share just how happy they were