What makes a great visual story? Portraits? Emotion? Location? Context? Details? The truth is all of these scrambled together are what make a story ring true. All of these aspects help us to encompass the full story of a moment or a day.
Candoro Marble is a beautiful venue that originally was the showroom and office for Candoro Marble Company. When Jaimie said she was looking for a vintage backdrop for some soft and classic boudoir photos, I knew that this was the place. The beautiful show room, wrought iron gates, and slightly decaying rooms spoke of Greecian statues…it was perfect.
It’s pretty rare that all the elements come together for a outdoor boudoir session. Weather, timing, a willing subject, and of course finding a secluded enough location to take the photos. But Amanda and I set out on a beautiful warm fall day for a beautiful boudoir adventure.
The first weekend in November it was freakishly cold here in East Tennessee. There was even snow in the mountains, which is unusual for this time of year. Despite the cold, Catherine & Bryan got married at Dara’s Gardens and had one of the most beautiful fall weddings I have ever experienced.
Fall colors, woods, a pond, pumpkins, and a family owned farm…what’s not to love about this engagement session? Early in October I headed over to Anderson County to Jodi’s family farm for an afternoon of fun photos.
Rachel and Ed are perfect for each other. Its just a fact of life. Like one of those things you just know when you see it, like that the sun is warm and flowers are beautiful. You just know it. The more you are around them, the more this feeling grows and grows. It radiates between them and before you know it, you’re smiling too.