As a Washington, DC wedding photographers, it’s safe to say we have photographed our share of wedding venues in Washington DC in this incredible city. Remember Brittany + Dave’s Dupont Circle engagement session in DC last year? Well, we do and we have been anxiously waiting for their wedding ever since! Brittany’s friend and Dave worked together in Baltimore while Brittany was attending Law School in DC.
The Wharf Intercontinental Hotel is so gorgeous that you do not need to step foot outside of it to get a variety of wonderful backgrounds, no wonder it is considered one of the best Washington DC wedding location(we actually have a guide here that you might want to check out). Our day started with a first and we adore how happy, calm and elegant their vibe was for the entire day.
As wedding photographers with a good deal of experience under our belt, we have learned quite a bit about how to have a smooth wedding from start to finish. Sometimes it’s all about avoiding certain mistakes.
Today we’ll teach you the correct way to WALK in front of the camera for the most flattering look. We love helping couples have positive experiences in front of the camera in order to get extraordinary photos you will cherish forever.
The average wedding is chalk full of traditions that everyone follows but few understand. Most of us don’t even think twice about these traditions. We just include them in our wedding and forget about it.
If you just got engaged, you are probably spending most of your free time looking up wedding ideas online, on Pinterest, and in wedding magazines.
“Married life is amazing! We are still getting used to calling each other husband and wife, and I am getting used to my new last name, but we have loved every minute of it!
The moment has arrived. Your wedding day is fast approaching.You are anxious over every little detail. From the cake to the flowers to the wedding photos, everything has you excited. But perhaps nothing more than your wedding dress.
This past week I took some time to reflect on how thankful I am to have been able to spend the past 4 years building my own photography business full-time.