Author Archives: lisa

Winter Wedding at Sayre Mansion: Linda & Chris

Elegant, timeless, and intimate—this winter wedding at Sayre Mansion was a perfect fit for Linda and Chris.   They wanted a private affair with a vintage feel and it came together beautifully.  I am known for using vibrant color, but as I processed these images I was drawn most to the chocolate-toned black and white, and […]

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amydaleFebruary 8, 2011 - 10:41 am

beautiful, darlin’! 😀

Debbie NewcombeFebruary 8, 2011 - 2:55 pm

You captured this wedding so beautifully…I absolutely love the septia tone photos!!

Ashley CarsonFebruary 20, 2011 - 9:18 pm

I LOVE your photography. Amazing!

Rated in the top 5% of Wedding Photographers Nation-wide!!!

Wow!  What an honor!  We are proud recipients of the Wedding Wire “Bride’s Choice Award.” Wedding Wire is a nation-wide directory of wedding vendors– a “Yellow Pages” of wedding professionals across the country.   Couples visit wedding wire to find vendors and read their reviews and ratings.  They eventually write reviews and rate their own vendors. Vendors with enough reviews and […]

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Wolfe Family Photos: Winter at Laurel Lake

Meet the Wolfe family:  4 teens, 2 dogs, 2 parents and a whole lot of cool. This family portrait session was Mr. Wolfe’s Christmas gift to the Mrs.  They wanted me to capture the candid, fun nature of their family and have the photo shoot before the oldest girls returned to school.  Since capturing the outdoors was a […]

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Robyn WolfeJanuary 26, 2011 - 10:03 am

These portraits honestly captured the heart of our family. Our energy, enthusiasm, curiosity, humor, personality, and passion all shine in every image. I love that we not only recreated some of our happiest memories, we also created new one’s while we were there. This was the best gift I’ve ever gotten and will treasure it for the rest of my life. Thank you so much!

Back to my roots: Nature Photography

I love the outdoors.  Before I fell head over heels for weddings, I spent my time photographing nature.  Most of which was found on favorite trails or in my own backyard garden.  Basic exposing and composing of mostly inanimate objects gave me a firm foundation and some pretty cool experiences. Some of my early photography […]

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Kate KoberJanuary 26, 2011 - 11:29 am

Wow Lisa! I can’t believe that these were all taken with a point and shoot! How did you get such amazing detail? I’m still working on learning how to use my new SLR, and am saving up for a good macros lens…just in an effort to get shots similar to these! I must tell you that your photography is a true inspiration 🙂

lisaJanuary 26, 2011 - 12:55 pm

Thanks 🙂 The Canon power shot can capture great detail if the conditions are right and you know how to use the settings you have creatively to get the exposure you want. Try shooting on an overcast day without a particular subject in mind, just look for beauty and capture it. You will get much more detailed and reliable results with a SLR, I started with the 60mm macro and was just amazed with the results.

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