Wednesday, January 11, 2012


It's official!  After posting to my photo blog yesterday, uploading an album to Facebook and an album to my website (well, technically the proofing gallery is up but, not the album), I am officially done with my November wedding!! FINITO! WooHoo!  Free at last. Free at last. Thank God almighty I'm free at last!  hehehe. That being said, plan on me visiting your blogs a little more!  I have missed you all and look forward to finding out what everyone has been up to!  And thanks so much for hanging in there with me friends.

Editing 600+ pictures kept me extremely busy during every nap break and every bed time for the past 2.5 months. For me, editing is probably the most tedious part of being a wedding photographer.  Shooting the actual wedding is exhilarating! I love going to a new setting, working with a new wedding party, new details and beautiful moments to capture. Coming home after the wedding and looking through all the pictures is also very rewarding.  Quite often as I sort through the images one or two pictures will keep jumping out at me.  It's as if those shots capture the essence of what I felt when I shot the wedding.  The shot below, is one of those essence shots as I like to call them. lol.  The shot was intentionally focused on the bride's boots as they swooshed around which gave the shot so much character and whimsy and blurred behind the rustic boots are the bride and groom with big beaming smiles that say it all.  " We are so happy. Life is good.  I love him and I love her."



  1. "Free at last" The same way I felt after editing my last session before winter started.
    Love the boot shot!! And heading over to your photo blog now!

    1. Thanks friend! I love your photography Andrea! I am always so inspired by your creative eye and the mood you capture!

  2. Love this shot. :) Yay for being done.

  3. Yay!! Congrats on finishing the wedding processing. I know how time consuming it is, but when you're all done- it's so rewarding!!

  4. Thanks Mandy! It is uber consuming but, yes uber rewarding as well:)!

  5. Casey thanks for your heartfelt and honest comment on forgiveness. Usually God gets our attention by giving us something BIG (since we were ignoring his subtle hints!)

    I have also learned how faithful and merciful He is when we are completely broken and open to listening and obeying Him.

    It's amazing how He can change lives and hearts if we stop resisting Him!

    On a lighter note, photo editing is so time consuming, but worth it in the end. This one picture you posted is beautiful! :)

  6. I really love this shot. It's georgious! Yay for being done.....enjoy your additional free time! :)


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