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The Hybrid SocietyThe Hybrid Society is a newsletter and creative community for photographers who are interested in learning more about film photography and how to incorporate it into their digital workflow. Each month, a new edition of the newsletter will be released to subscribers and will share content specifically tailored to the art of fine art film photography and what it means to run a "Hybrid" business.
- Love Came Down is a wedding blog inspired by faith. Our goal is to curate a place for engaged couples to come and prepare not just for their wedding, but to enter into a covenant with The Lord. A place where couples can find scripture, inspiration, and ways to delve deeper into the word, deeper into prayer, deeper into a relationship with Christ and one another.
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- Fine Art
- First-Year Fridays
- For Photographers
- Mini Sessions
- Mothers & Daughters
- Shoot Share
- Student Teaching
- Styled Shoots
- The Good Things & The Hard Things
- Thea Pup
- Valentine's Day
- Vow Renewals
- VSCO Cam
Richmond Film Engagement Session
Intimate Winter Wedding in Richmond
Meredith and Carter have transcended the realm of client/vendor and become friends we will keep in contact for our lifetime! Even though it was their wedding day, they made everyone involved, from friends to family, to vendors, feel genuinely cared for. Their intimate winter wedding in Richmond exuded class and elegance, the overcast skies created a soft contrast to the historic architecture featured in their portraits.
Happy First Anniversary, dear friends!
The Retreat at Cool Spring Engagement
There is an air of intimacy that can’t be replicated quite like when a couple is within a space of familiarity. It is within the seemingly mundane moments at home that we live out our lives with one another. So, it only makes sense to consider this as a possibility when choosing locations for your engagement session. Certainly, especially in Virginia, there are a plethora of options for venues with historical context, stunning views, elegant architecture. However, if it is an option to have your engagement session either at home, or at a venue, like The Retreat at Cool Spring (pictured here) that emulates a cozy and intimate aesthetic, I highly recommend it! .
- A lifestyle engagement session at home helps you to document activities you would normally complete together, like making breakfast, listening to records, or playing your favorite board game. Sure, confetti poppers and gold lettered balloons are pretty and fun, but they aren’t necessarily an honest and accurate reflection of your relationship.
- Scheduling your session at home or at an indoor venue prohibits the need to be concerned about weather. As long as there is at least one room with adequate light, indoors is a great option no matter what season your session.
- Photographing in an intimate environment where you are comfortable ultimately means to more opportunities for candid, less forced posing.