A darling little boy, stuffed animals galore, and loving parents are the trifecta for any family portrait session. However, Miles certainly stole the show (and our hearts) at this in-home shoot.
It's the night of Halloween and we here at From the Hip Photo are spending our night the traditional way: eating lots of candy (of course) and reminiscing on one of our favorite weddings (again, of course). Now, this isn't any ordinary wedding, oh no. It is a wedding that turned a graveyard into a stunning backdrop for our spooktacular bride and groom.
Warm Cookies of the Revolution always succeeds in the creative, organically bringing people together by the things that intrigue us--a common resistance and a plate of warm cookies.
More and more couples are foregoing extravagant weddings for simple, spontaneous elopements, but while they skip out on the big ceremony and expensive dinner plates, they continue to invest in wedding photography. Here are five reasons why...
Taylor Wheeler patiently awaits his bride beneath an arch of succulents, vibrant pink peonies, and an old cow skull. (We promise, this will not be the first cow skull you see this afternoon!) His eyes scan the crowd before him, briefly, before resuming their place on the rustic red barn doors ahead. For Taylor and Tanna, this is the moment they have been waiting for.