A couple of months ago we had Kat's bridal session scheduled at Willow Lake Gardens. There's a lot of planning involved with a bridal session like dress fitting, ordering flowers, hair & makeup etc. Minutes before the session was set to begin, it started to pour rain. Of course we knew there was a threat of rain in the forecast but because of all the details I mentioned, we really had to shoot whatever we could. Kat's mother had also traveled in from Houston, so re-scheduling wasn't really an option. When I pulled up, they were standing underneath the covered porch of the log cabin near the barn on the property. As beautiful as she looked, I could see the disappointment on her face, but we decided to make the most of the situation and begin the session. Every bride has a vision for their portraits. We were planning a sunset bridal with fields and trees in the distance, but had to improvise. My creativity was really put to test as I was forced to do an entire bridal session in a 10x20 space. Keep in mind that I also was barely able to step outside the area so I wouldn't get my equipment wet. Despite the obstacles, I was pleased with the images we were able to record. Here are a few of my favorites from the session.
Sunday, November 12, 2017
I photographed Cooper the first time when he was just a toddler and many many times in between. It's hard to believe he's old enough to graduate! I though it was very cool that his mom found her father's 50 year old rodeo shirt and Cooper wore it is some of his senior photos.
Two years ago I was looking through all of the amazing old photos taken around Weatherford. It was awesome to see horse drawn carriag...