“Make time for some portraits.” It might be my new mantra when talking to couples about their wedding photography. Just make an hour or even 45 minutes in your day so the two of you can sneak away and get some photos. We know it can be hard. You are getting pulled in every conceivable direction and while you really want good wedding photos, you start having doubts because mom needs to talk to you about your chair covers and Aunt Alice came all the way in from Seattle and you should spend time with her. Yes you should, but you should also make sure you have beautiful images that you can cherish for the rest of your life.
Raylean and Daniel, an absolutely lovely couple we shot not long ago, had a busy schedule. They had people from across the country and across the world at their wedding at POSH in Scranton. The timeline was tight but they made a little time to sneak outside before dinner to grab some photos around POSH and the Scranton Cultural Center. We are so glad they did. First, they were an absolute joy to work with. They were patient and accommodating and really valued getting some portraits of just the two of them. Weddings are hectic. The alone time with your new bride can really be a nice break in the day. Just forget that Bob and I are with you. So after their ceremony, we were able to get about 20 minutes of shooting with Raylean and Daniel. Enjoy!