I’m not really the type to go get on a soapbox and ask for votes, but today, I am. I’ve entered a few images into the Altar’d State Stand Out Photographer contest! I’m super excited about this opportunity because they just opened their first Texas location in Frisco!
But what I love most about this opportunity would be working with this company, for what they stand for: being fashion focused and cause motivated. Every Monday, 10% of net proceeds go to local charities, they fund employee volunteer hours each month, and work with vendor partners who share their mission to give back such as Toms, Feed Projects, FashionABLE, Krochet Kids, and Jedidiah. I love that giving back is their mission statement.
Voting is SUPER easy! Just click the link under each of these photos, and once the box pops up, click VOTE. That’s it! You only get to vote once, so it’s super easy.
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Thanks so much in advance for your support!!
Voting period: September 25, 2012 – October 23, 2012
Round Two: October 24, 2012 Announce top 2 photographers from each area [determined by votes]
Altar’d State Judges Choose Stand Out Photographer for each store: October 29, 2012
There’s just something special about the light in California.
Especially right at sunset, the Golden Hour, as it’s often referred to by photographers.
Maybe it’s because it’s not a million degrees. Maybe it’s because of the cool breeze coming from the coast. Maybe it’s because there are hills.
I’m not sure exactly what it is, but I love the light in California.
I was lucky enough to return to California last week for some portrait sessions, and here’s a little sneak peek at a senior session with Maddy and Katie.
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Ideas are only ever ideas until they are executed.
I’m so excited that this idea became reality and I can share it here!
I photographed this super fun 4th of July elopement shoot at Arlington Hall at Lee Park in Dallas, and it was beautiful!
You may recognize our cute couple, Katherine and Josh, from a shoot in the Bishop Arts District a few weeks ago…
Our amazing creative team:
There’s something so satisfying about fulfilling a goal. Being able to cross an item off a list. Being able to make a giant check mark next to an idea that was merely a dream.
So I had this idea to do a 4th of July wedding shoot back in February. I almost didn’t follow through. And it’s always a good idea to tell someone your plan or idea to help keep you accountable. Well, we pulled it off! And yesterday, the shoot was featured on Love and Lavender! Be sure to go check it out and it will be featured here next week!
Go check it out on Love and Lavender!
Thanks to our fabulous creative team!
I was cleaning through my archives, and I realized that this shoot had never been blogged! Last week it was featured on the Frosted Petticoat blog, and today I’m sharing more of the details. November Lily crafted the concept, and share the idea of “Southern Royalty” with me. It evolved into a bride and bridesmaid shoot, capturing the ladies as they get ready for the big day.
The Room on Main in Downtown Dallas is a wonderful location for a wedding. With their floor to ceiling window, views of downtown, and an abundance of natural light, it’s perfect for a daytime or evening event. Plus, they can host up to 400 people!