I have the cutest wedding portraits session to share with you today. Johanna and Simeyon were celebrating their recent marriage and wanted something a little different to commemorate this time in their lives. I LOVE this idea!
We headed to the Chrysler Museum of Art in Norfolk, Virginia for this shoot. It was the perfect day to enjoy the museum and then explore the streets of Norfolk together. They got beautiful photos with two different looks, in the city and in the museum.
As a Virginia Beach photographer, I want sessions with my clients to be a collaboration. Working together to develop the vision for the shoot is part of the fun. I enjoy hearing my clients’ ideas even if, and perhaps ESPECIALLY if, they have ideas about photos they haven’t seen in my portfolio. Don’t be afraid to ask for something you haven’t seen before or to ask for what you envision for your shoot. I love to do things that are not my norm, and I enjoy creating with my clients. That’s exactly what I did with this session.
Johanna and Simeyon had been doing the long-distance dance for three long years and recently decided to elope. This portrait session was such a cute way to commemorate this important time in their lives. One of the most heartwarming parts of this session was when Simeyon shared the story of how he proposed. His face lit up as he recounted the details of planning and pulling off the perfect proposal. It’s moments like these that make a session truly unforgettable. I love to hear genuine, heartfelt stories and help people capture that feeling in their photographs.
Whether you are planning a wedding portrait session or an in-home family session, don’t be afraid to share your ideas and dreams with your photographer! We are here to make your vision a reality and to help you capture a moment in your life. I love to collaborate and enjoy expressing creativity together with my clients. Do you have an idea for a shoot you have been dying to bring to life? Reach out, and let’s start planning your next session!