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Beautiful Red Gate Farms Wedding

Boy has it been a surreal year! I met Tonya and Matthew for their engagement photos on March 14th, the day before things started to shut down. Hard to believe that that was 6 months ago. 

This past weekend we got together again at Red Gate Farms for their wedding and what a beautiful day it was! As difficult as things may have been over the past few months it’s such a joy to come together to celebrate love.

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Spring Wedding at The Tybee Wedding Chapel

Bright light surrounded Hanson as she stepped through the doorway into the Tybee Island Wedding Chapel. Her father escorted her down the aisle to her awaiting groom, but before she exchanged vows with Justin she had another important vow to make. Hanson reached into the pocket of her wedding dress and pulled out a locket and presented it to her new step daughter, Izzy.

Family was the focus for Hanson and Justin’s wedding. With so much going on over the past few months, there was a lot of uncertainty about whether or not they would even be able to have their wedding on their desired date. After a few alterations they were able to have their wedding as planned.

Congratulations to Hanson and Justin! Thank you for allowing us to be a part of your day!

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Sickness is Not a Wedding Favor

It was a beautiful Saturday morning. I stared off out the window as I enjoyed the first sips of my morning coffee. I couldn’t help but think of how beautiful a day it was and the session that I was supposed to be having at that very moment. 

Unfortunately it feels like I’m getting way too used to cancelations and postponements.This time was different though. You see, I had just received an email the day before letting me know that the couple wouldn’t be able to make it to the session because the groom-to-be had just tested positive for COVID-19. 

The coronavirus has upended a lot of plans this spring, but that was my first cancellation directly related to someone having the virus. It really made me stop and think. What if I’d received that notification after the session? We do everything we can to be as safe as possible by sticking with outdoor sessions and using long lenses in order to keep our distance, but still, it made it all so real. 

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I Love My Job

I love wedding photography! That may seem like a no brainer coming from a wedding photographer, but believe me it’s not. I was at a photography conference in January and three different presenters mentioned during their talks how much they hated weddings. I mean we’re talking about world traveling wedding photographers who actually despise weddings. That’s insane!

I can’t imagine investing so much time into a day and not even enjoying it. Now I know they would probably say that they enjoy being with the people or documenting the party, but the fact that they don’t like the actual wedding day makes me wonder. For example, would I want to buy a cake from a baker who hated baking? Or read a book by a writer who hated writing? When a profession becomes more stressful than fulfilling, it’s easy to lose that passion for what you do. I’m happy to say that I’m truly passionate about what I do, and I’m so thankful for that. 

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A Joke of a Wedding

They say there’s someone for everyone, but folks will argue that some people are just unloveable. That’s exactly why Joker and Harley Quinn have had such a twisted relationship over the years. Between Joker’s love for power and obsession with Batman it was enough to make a girl wonder if there was any room for love in his villainous heart. 

After teaming up with Batman to save Gotham City from his own destructive plot, Joker began to change. His icy demeanor began to soften. He joined a 12 Step group and began to truly face his demons. After Joker came crawling back for the 100th time Harley Quinn could finally see that something in him was different. 

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