Wading through the sea of wedding photographers can be an overwhelming and bewildering experience. There are literally thousands to choose from, all with varying degrees of talent and price. Here are three questions that every bride and groom should ask themselves before hiring a wedding photographer. If you can satisfy these three criteria then you have made a great choice regardless of who you selected.
High school sweethearts Courtney and Jon fell in love after mutual friends introduced them to each other. Eight years later, Jon proposed during their annual Halloween pumpkin carving contest. Courtney would usually come out on top and when Jon finished his carving in under five minutes she was certain she had won. Little did she know what Jon was up to. He had carved a question mark into his pumpkin and then got down on one knee, this year Jon had finally won. For our engagement session last week we ventured behind the frozen waterfall at Minnehaha Park in Minneapolis. With Jon by her side, Courtney braved the icy path with ease and grace and the results were spectacular.
Janett and Ruben are dear friends with big hearts. We recently sailed around the Atlantic together exploring far flung destinations and exotic places. While in Cape Town we set aside our last morning at the V&A Waterfront for photos. Clouds obscured Table Mountain and rain forced us indoors more than once but this special couple made the best of it as I have seen them do countless times throughout our travels. Their love is deeply evident by the way they look at each other when no one else seems to be watching, or the way they smile at each other and whisper in each other’s ear. They are the couple that everyone wants to be friends with and it’s a pleasure to call them my friends.