Some of our best shoots come from the 4×4 territory, nice folks looking for a different vacation than down on the pavement, usually open for some fun or creative shots and we’re happy to play. The wind and the light were just right for Chris’s session so we shot until the last light faded.
Christina and Morrell, an afternoon delight. Small weddings leave us time to play, be creative or just responsive to our couples, concentrating on them and their interaction instead of the trappings and crowds. Their wedding was a perfect example.
We have had an excellent batch of folks for Outer Banks beach portraits so far, good kids, nice weather (a few exceptions, of course), and really great locations to work with. These guys are just the tip of the iceberg, we have done over 100 awesome families so far – will yours be next?
Brianna and her friends met me for an afternoon session starting at the beach and ending at the Whalehead Club for the last bit of sunset over the sound. Jordan and Shannon not only helped, but got into a few portraits on their own. Currituck sound is an under appreciated spot for senior or family portraits, one we love to play on when we get the chance. Like a lot of our seniors, she plays sports and brought her volleyball stuff along and we always have time with a senior package to do a couple outfit changes and locations. She got the most from all of the above for sure!