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Woodstone Country Club Wedding Photographers: Allison & Rob

Basketball, fireworks, a blind folded “first touch,” a wild dance floor, and some of the cutest kids I’ve ever seen in a bridal party… you’ll definitely want to check out this one of a kind Woodstone wedding… First off I loved working with these two!  They are so upbeat, down to earth and up for […]

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Crystal Springs Resort Wedding at Grand Cascades Lodge: Dana & Joel

Waterfalls, rainbows and a National Park wedding theme– you won’t want to miss this Grand Cascades Lodge couple… Dana shared, “We first noticed Lisa’s work on Fearless Photographers.  We immediately noticed her crisp, vibrant photos and her eye for unique angles.  We checked out her blog and loved reading other couple’s stories and seeing first-hand […]

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Ceresville Mansion Wedding Photographers: Jackie & Steve

Colorful, playful, fun and intimate…  you won’t want to miss this adorable engagement session at the stunning Ceresville Mansion in Frederick, Maryland: Jackie shared, “Haha, we knew we hired the right photographer when you climbed into a flower bush just 5 minutes into our engagement shoot in order to get the perfect shot!!” Haha, I […]

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[…] Jackie and Steve, thanks so much for inviting me to capture your wedding day!  My hope is that you can re-live this day for many years to come through these images– I hope that they captured, the emotion, the people and the places that came together to make your day unique.  And to Steve’s dad: thanks for quoting my blog in your speech!!  That has to be a first and is an absolute honor!  If you’d like to see more photos of Jackie and Steve, check out their engagement blog, here. […]

Harrisburg Civic Club Rotunda Wedding Photographers: Anne & Dennis

A vibrant, romantic, unique Harrisburg wedding at the Capitol Rotunda and Harrisburg Civic Club… Dennis shared,  “We chose Rhinehart Photography because we saw your work and loved your style. We really liked how you are able to capture natural, authentic moments between people and nothing feels staged.” Annie added,  “I think your eye for lighting, […]

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