This is Vicki, another DJ from www.DavisDeejays.com – she has fantastic hair. I’m jealous.
2 down… 28 to go! 🙂
Here are a few from last night’s engagement session with a nice couple I met a few weeks ago. And they brought their dog… who kinda stole the show. 🙂
Meet Valerie, Jim, and their happy pup Bailey – to date, the best-behaved dog I have ever photographed. She needs to give Hailey lessons on behavior management.
And for something a little different as far as studio engagements go…
The Great DJ Project! 30 great djs, 1 great studio… one new website revamp? That’s right, I’m doing headshots of each of Davis Deejays’ star DJs. Today’s guest: Mary Ann
Planning a wedding or party? Check them out here: www.davisdeejays.com We look forward to working with them for this year’s Halloween party at our place too. 🙂
Eek! It’s after midnight. Ok, another month of “posting every day” has gone down the tubes I see… Hopefully, I can post double tomorrow to make up for it. As far as I’m concerned, 12:42 on Sunday morning still counts for Saturday, right?
Anyway, thought I’d share a couple from today’s extremely fun engagement session with Jenna & Matt. I LOVE when people are willing to try something different! These were taken in the studio (but with non-traditional poses), and then out and about Old Town. Matt wouldn’t get in the dumpster for the photographs that I wanted, but I think these are a pretty good substitute.
More from my model session with Barbi… This is Susie, who is a past client of mine. She took my advice and went into modeling (I love when people listen to me!) Check these out. 🙂
About 3 weeks ago, Barbi Barnum of Studio B Photography in Fredericksburg and I decided we wanted to have a little photography playdate. Something to do for fun, you know? So we called some of our favorite models to do some cool bridal work. Starting with traditional studio style going to very retro Georgetown style… all the way through avant-garde high-fashion makeup (special thank you to our makeup artist, Ana).
This model is Katya. You might remember her from images on the old website in 1920’s style? As soon as I get my galleries up and running again, I’ll link this post to the glamour page. Anyway, she’s one of my favorite people in the whole wide world. I would say she’s a fantastic model and a real pleasure to work with but someone might snatch her up from me. And she’s MINE… ALL MINE!!!
Last week we had the privilege of photographing a fantastic wedding for Becky & Steve. Actually, the whole weekend was rather eventful: Their rehearsal dinner on Friday, Wedding on Saturday, and Bridal Show on Sunday! This is, of course, why a little over a week has gone by before posting these… sleep deprivation!
Actually, as you can probably see, I changed the WHOLE website and blog to a more search-engine friendly version that I can update more frequently. And what better way to start off a first official blog post with a great couple and a great wedding???
Here are a few from the morning of the wedding, inside (and safely away from the tropical storm)
Putting on the dress…
Becky’s father, seeing his daughter in her wedding dress for the first time:
When all else fails, hide “something blue” in your bouquet:
A few stolen moments, alone with the couple:
Steve’s Dad, partying like a rock star…
If the groom’s going to be late to his own ceremony… he’d better have a good excuse. Fortunately for Steve, THIS is a very good excuse. (Did I mention tropical storm yet?)
Yes, that’s right. You’re looking at the lower part of a basement door… and water pouring in buckets.
Well, it’s official – we’re back online!And at some point, I might actually get my domain back too.
Stay tuned as we put up an entirely new website – for now at www.stephaniemillner.NET – as well as a new blog and all that other fun stuff. Also, our new email: email@example.com
HUGE thank you to my friend Betsy of Betsy’s Photography who got this blog back up and running. She’s my new tech-guru, much to her chagrin. (She’ll love to find this out when she gets the blog-feed, I’m sure.)
Anyway, thank you loyal readers for dealing with the mess.