Monthly Archives: February 2013

Alexis’ Bat Mitzvah – Temple Emanu-El & The Dallas World Aquarium

“Your pictures are amazing. As soon as I have Isabel’s date, you will be the first one I contact.  I love them, thank you for capturing the moments.”  –Ginger (Alexis’ Mom) Alexis and her family celebrated Alexis’ Bat Mitzvah in style recently.  Her service at Temple Emanu-El was held Saturday morning, where we photographed the...

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    The Most Important Photographs at Your Wedding Are….

      This article has been shared a few times by wedding photographers and I thought it was so well written, I wanted to share it, too. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/anne-almasy/resolution_1_b_2761883.html If you are click-challenged, here it is as written by Anne Almasy for the Huffington Post.  Props to her for writing what we tell couples everyday. In what...

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      All Tied Up – The O’Reilly Family Portrait

      When you’re an advertising director, you see the world a little differently, and things that are not as traditional are par-for-the-course for you.  We’ve photographed the O’Reilly Family many, many times, and each time is a new adventure.  We’ve worked outdoors every year for the past 4 years, and this year, we decided to mix...

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        The Johannsen Family Portrait + 1

        The Johannsen family came to us last summer when they were planning a wedding.  It didn’t take too long and they are now planning a nursery :-).  Before the baby was born, they wanted us to capture them as a family.  We chose our rustic wooded setting as the perfect backdrop for their laid back...

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          Rankin Family of Four – Outdoor Portraits Made Easy

          The Rankin Family had not had a professional family portrait since their youngest son was a baby.  After years of putting it off, they called us to make the impossible, possible.  They explained that the two boys were a handful and they’d take whatever they could get out of them.  We assured them that it...

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            Four Brothers – Studio Portrait as a Surprise Gift

            When you have four brothers, I’m sure it can be difficult to decide on something unanimously.  However, there was one thing the Thrash Brothers were able to decide on, giving their mom a portrait was a good idea.  The guys came to the studio for a quick portrait and took home a 24″ framed portrait...

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              Cory & Jessica’s Piazza in the Village Colleyville Wedding Pictures

              We like to say that every couple we photograph a wedding for is special.  And of course they are, but this particular wedding involved two very special people.  You often hear people say “My cousin is a photographer.  He’s doing our wedding”.  And as professional wedding photographers, most of the time when we hear about...

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                Anne & Darrell – Ruthe Jackson Center Wedding, Grand Prairie

                Anne & Darrell were married at the Ruthe Jackson Center in Grand Prairie.  Their wedding was beautiful, held out on the garden gazebo, with their reception in the ballroom.  They were greeted by friends and family as they made a grand exit into a stretch limo.  Every wedding has a unique “something” that happens, or...

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