Behind the Lens

We love to share the ‘back stage’ experience whenever we can to help people begin to understand just what goes into our shoots.  Here are some short clips for a peek behind the curtain.

When we saw this post, we were reminded of just how much fun we had with Caroline and John in Nashville. This is a family we’ve been photographing for years and you’ll never meet a more generous group – with a serious sense of humor!  We have other friends in the city, too, so any chance to get back there to visit is always a good thing.

One of our new directions is to help clients transform themselves for fun and to create a memory, both from the experience itself and from the finished product which can take the form of a gorgeous framed print or an oversized framed canvas art.  If you’ve ever wanted to try something like this, give us a call.  It’s life changing in so many ways, not to mention how wonderful it is to ‘see’ yourself in another way, unlike anyone might imagine.  We meet with you to come up with a direction for the shoot, and then we help with wardrobe/props/styling so that no detail is overlooked.  We even have an historian, Jeff Clarke from American Fact or Fictiion TV to assist with pulling together authentic props, regardless of the era.

Enjoy our latest session, with Lexi, one of our brides from Kentucky.  We talked about this idea when we were together shooting her wedding, and she loved it so much they made adjustments to their summer plans to come to the studio for the day.  So much fun!

Images from our transformational sessions

Another editorial session – our take on the Four Seasons


A look ‘backstage’ at a wedding editorial.

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Go on the set of our most recent editorial – The Circus Revisited