Tips for planning your family photography session. It is a rare occasion that I can actually have a shoot with my girls, so I wanted this shoot to be amazing! I wanted a location with tall grass with romantic feel. I had found through one of my wedding vendors, Elite Rentals, the boho and feminine whicker chair. That was where I started and knew I wanted a wardrobe based around that. I was thinking a

Styled Shoot | Saxon Manor

Posted by Robin on  September 25, 2019
Category: blog
Recently I participated in a styled shoot with some talented local vendors. In a styled shoot, several industries come together to create a series of images that can be used for marketing or to enhance the vendor’s portfolio.   Local bridal and formalwear shops, florists, bakeries, hair and makeup artists, and event venues set up a faux event, and a special occasion photographer will capture the images.   Styled shoots are important because it gives
When Rachael started planning her daughter Rylan’s Bat Mitzvah, she hadn’t realized that November is peak wedding season in the Tampa Bay area. This made it increasingly difficult to find a venue with availability on a Saturday night.  The moment Rylan and her parents walked into the Armature Works Theatre, they knew that this was where they wanted to celebrate Ryland’s special day. “We fell in love with the rustic feel – the brick walls,
Before this Sandpearl wedding  could take place, someone had to propose! Tim knew that if he were to have proposed at a fancy restaurant or on vacation, Lindsay would have seen it coming. Instead he proposed at home, on a Friday night, just before going out with friends. “Just a bottle of good champagne and a ring.” said the bride. Lindsay had always dreamed of a beach wedding, and when Tim suggested a visit to
Tampa wedding photographer loves shooting this brides sunset wedding at Safety Harbor Resort and Spa So this is where I come in as their wedding photographer… After dating 4 ½ years and watching several of her friends become engaged, Sara had finally accepted the fact that she and Andrew would get married “in 20 years.” But little did she know that her soon-to-be fiancé had already purchased a ring and gotten her family’s blessing. On

3 thoughts on “Tampa photographer captures her family in the tall grass on Tampa Bay.

  1. What a great post! I love the tips. Especially about fun shoes (or boots!) and props. A kite or a vintage bike! Our next photos will be more fun!

    And your family is gorgeous!!! ❤️

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