Every wedding I try to organize a father-daughter first look with a mirror to capture both faces...
Here are some more examples of father and daughter first looks...
I had the couple on this nice crosswalk so we could capture them with the famed Chrysler Building. Then one of New York's finest saw us and said... "Hey, no, no. They're going to have to come down". The couple started on their way down to the street and the officer said, "Well, photograph them up there first and THEN they get down!" I. Love. NY.
"He does whatever it takes to get the shot, including swimming in freezing cold underground rivers holding his camera and lights above his head!!" Yes, Kelsey is correct. I accompanied she and Travis on their elopement to Scotland where we searched for this not too well known location... Finnich Glen. It was such a great time.
I photographed this wedding in The Bahamas when a rain storm threatened to shorten our bridal party session. Luckily the venue had these colorful umbrellas and I set everyone up in their procession line for this photo.
So many great locations to photograph in our city. My friend, who's a model, and I took advantage of this plane that's on display at Lone Star Flight to make these photos. I would love to photograph a set of engagements here if anyone is interested.
Here's a recent time exposure I did at Pine Lake Ranch. I actually took sparklers and wrote "love" out doing the 10 second time exposure. I have such atrocious handwriting that I could have become a doctor, but for some reason I can make a decent "love" from a couple of sparklers.
I visited the Farmhouse before LaSondra and Paul's wedding and saw this opportunity. Thought it would be cool to organize both parties getting ready separated by this stairwell.
I used to sneak couples up to this spot before they pulled up the deck. There was a window you could open and then reach around and open the doorknob to reach the roof access. I've known about this spot since high school.