Somehow we missed doing a post of our behind the scenes photos from our 2014 wedding season so we had to make sure we shared our outtakes from our 2015 wedding season. These photos make us laugh so we wanted to share them with you. Being wedding photographers is an incredible job. Sure, we sweat like crazy all day, we skip lunch surviving on trail mix until dinner and we are usually so tired that we can barely talk the next day. Despite all of that we wouldn’t trade this work for anything. It is amazing to capture the big day for our clients and we feel even luckier that we get to do this creative work together. Thumbs up all around.
Thank you so much to all of our lovely clients for sharing your wedding day with us. We’re really excited for the joy and love we’ll get to share in this year too. We’d say pinch us but don’t – if this is all a dream don’t wake us up.
I love this photo that Roger captured of me talking with Jeanne & Wailliam. I know it is just a test shot but I love the smiles on their faces. We had some fun together on their wedding day.
Did you get the shot, Roger?
Me trying to be as cool as DJ BFad and clearly not winning.
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, switch! Working with Aaron and Christina’s crazy fun wedding party meant we had to do some rearranging of the groups to make the photo just right. And sometimes we end up randomly photobombing each other’s photos. Not sure why I’m looking at Roger and smiling while he’s taking the photo for Grace & Jeff. I promise, though, that I stepped away so he captured one without me lurking in the background.
Inspecting Sabrina & Ryan’s wedding party making sure everything is just right for their photos.
Besides wedding photography, we’re also expert bridal gown fluffers.
Sometimes you just have to lie on a log to get just the right angle. Right, Roger?
Roger, am I in your shot? Oops! Sorry, Heather & Andrew!
Testing some ideas, being goofs and making each other laugh – just a few things that we love about working together. Can you see me? I promise Aly & Pat have photos of their wedding ceremony without me photobombing it!
It’s important when doing a test shot to mimic the pose your clients will be doing like for a tea ceremony……or family photos! Lol! And don’t be too jealous of my fancy leather fanny pack.We like to take pictures of each other when we’re testing out photo ideas for wedding portraits. I loved this spot but realized it was a bit too dark for a bride and groom and we didn’t have time on the wedding day to light it.And we usually have more ideas for photo spots than actually gets used on the wedding day. We’ll just have to save them in the memory bank for next time we’re at the same location.Maybe I need to add professional photobombing to my resume. Oops! (Don’t worry, Roger got me to move).
And oops a third time.
Don’t worry, Roger does it too. Can you see him?
Lastly, I had to share a pic of Roger, the child whisperer, working his magic during family photos.