When I’m shooting a couple, I take many pictures, and generally it takes time for people to loosen up and let the intimacies and tenderness in a relationship show through. Especially to someone they don’t really know, who is carrying a giant camera. Here is one of the last shots I took of them. Just for a moment, they forgot I was there.
The bride works as a costume mistress for Ballet Austin, and I’m sure her wedding is going to be beautiful.
Nessa K - This is really beautiful, Nadine. I can’t wait to see more from this session. =)
Eliza Claire - They look like a really cute couple – I imagine the wedding will be fab!
brooke - Sweet 🙂 His expression is so filled with love. I really like the muted colors in your processing here, too.
Nick Key - I just love it when they forget you’re there, great shot!
Becca - Love the description of the time leading up to this moment. We’ve all been there, or at least wanted to get to this *exact* moment where the clients are so lost in each other that you disappear 🙂
emily - Mike and I would like to say thank you yet again. We absolutely adore this photo!
Kyle - Dude, they look so into each other. Love it.
Xanthe Roxburgh - Can’t wait to see the wedding image, they look so absorbed in each other!
Joseph Yarrow - They’ll love this. =)
Mark - Stunning…. So romantic!!
Mark Kalkwarf - It is quite a talent to be able to not only recognize these moments but also to capture them. Well done.
Ryan Brenizer - That’s the hallmark of a good wedding photographer. Make them comfortable enough to forget you. Great shot.
Heather - Fabulous shot. Well done!
Mary Sledd - I love the Esperanza in the foreground! It really completes the composition.
Cassie - You can almost feel the love radiating off of them…I agree with Mark, very romantic!
Kristi Wright - What a beautiful moment, Nadine.
Francis Joseph - Well don, Nadine! What a beautiful moment.
Lynn Michelle - This image is so tranquil, yet so loving.