Gasp! Did I really just say that? Yes, yes I did. Why, you ask? Because a couple of weeks ago I was personally reminded where the power of photography truly lies.
The power of photography is not in the pictures; it’s in the time you give your clients to spend together. It’s about giving them the excuse to ink in – not pencil in, but permanent-marker in – quality time on their calendars. Time together that bans the phones and to-do lists and allows them to let the rest of the world go blurry. It’s reminding them how it felt when he first held her hand, spurring the memory of how they fell in love, and getting them lost in a hug. It’s showing that they could be anywhere in the world right now, but exactly where they are – together – is the best.
Between a busy Saturday wedding out of town and a final