i loved them the day i met them. they were fun, low-key, inspired, and happy – but there was just one little thing. we take horrible photos, she said. i mean, we’re really, really awkward. as i usually do when i hear that from a bride or groom, i assured her that i’d give them some tips and would set our time together up in a way that the session was natural, relaxed, and full of laughter. i promise we’ll get some fantastic photos!
i’d like to go on record now as saying that kendee and drew are big, fat liars because after working with them, they scream anything EXCEPT “horrible” and “awkward”.
in fact, is it just me or does it look like kendee was born to be in front of the camera?
see that carriage up there? there’s quite a story that goes along with our using it, but i’ll save that for another day. instead, i’ll just show you some more kendee and drew awesome-ness from our sunset session.
in an effort to continually produce unique photographs, i’m always on the lookout for new locations. on the recommendation of one of my recent brides, kendee, drew, and i headed outside of birmingham and off the beaten path a bit. i couldn’t have been happier with everything that was available to us there.
kendee and drew, thank you a million times over for spending the afternoon with me out in an old abandoned historical park. i loved every minute of it, and it made me even more excited for 4/14/12!!
oh, and one more thing: war eagle and roll tide! (good luck with that on game days, by the way.)