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    Hello there-- I’ve been waiting for you!!! You know who you are and are true to yourself, you are a liver-of-life, a collector of moments, a person who appreciates great photography and its ability to press the pause button on life’s most incredible moments.

    You want a photographer who is able to handle all aspects of wedding photography with ease, capturing: candid, romantic emotion; flattering, beautiful portraits; breathtaking scenery & architecture; the joy and energy out on the dance floor and all those sweet wedding details that you have been working on for months in an artful, creative way.

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    My work is creative & thoughtful. My goal is to share your unique love story. I get to know your interests & personalities in order to capture them forever in beautiful, personal, artful photographs that tell your story. I invest my time helping you become comfortable in front of my camera & find the most flattering lighting and angles for you and your surroundings.

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Washington DC Engagement Photography: Laini & Kyle

Sharing an evening with this fun-loving DC couple was a great experience,We visited the Washington monument which is actually where Kyle proposed– it was great to see them together at the site, all smiles,  re-telling their story.   Aside from that they explored the streets together– we topped it off with some fab food and drink at Elephant and Castle— thanks for a great evening, guys.  I’ll definitely be back 🙂 .   Enjoy!

^ I told you they were fun, this was totally their idea 🙂  Below, check out his glasses– do you notice anything?  

^ I can imagine them riding bikes down the city streets together in 30 years, can’t you?

^ I love how happy they are here– maybe it’s because they are in their Gator-gear 😉

Kate KoberOctober 12, 2011 - 11:37 pm

Amazing! Glasses reflection pics are my favorite! Although obviously mine don’t look that awesome 😉

Barbara LittOctober 13, 2011 - 10:49 am

You guys look sooo good and happy. The pictures capture your love and the excitement of this phase of your life. Uncle Chuck and I are sooo happy for you. All my love. Aunt Barbara

Kelly TalcottOctober 14, 2011 - 12:15 pm

How wonderful are these captured memories? Taken in the area where you shared your first home, you will cherish these in years to come! I am so proud of you both and your accomplishments thus far…

You both so look beautiful, I guess it must be all that LOVE glowing off of you both 🙂 We as parents, couldnt ask for more.

Love you both cant and wait until the big day!! xoxo Mom-Kelly

Tammy TalcottOctober 14, 2011 - 3:00 pm

Kyle and Laini,

Just absolutely beautiful! You two are just perfect for each other! So happy for you both and your bright, happy future! Love, Aunt Tammy

DeNette AdixOctober 14, 2011 - 3:42 pm

Amazing photos! love you both DeNette

Suzanne DanzigOctober 21, 2011 - 2:45 pm

Your pure joy and love for each other comes through loud and clear in these pictures. Congratulations, we couldn’t happier for the two of you. Can’t wait for the big day. How do I get copies of these? All my love, Aunt Suz

Mark ArnoldOctober 27, 2011 - 12:58 pm

Really nice work Lisa.
What a fun set!

[…] Laini and Kyle’s colorful garden wedding was held at the beautiful Skytop Lodge.  They had a bright, sunny day and added tangerine and pink tropical flowers (as a nod to their meeting at the University of Florida), wow do their colors pop!  They also incorporated several Jewish traditions and offered fun entertainment for the guests (archery, golf, pool, etc).   A huge thank you to my friend Jim for his assistance second-shooting this wedding, epic work! […]

Elmira Country Club Wedding Photography: Elaine & Matthew

Elaine and Matthew’s wedding was one of simple elegance and natural beauty, something you may have expected if you saw their  country engagement photos.  We met at Elaine’s family farm to prepare for the wedding then to her home church for the ceremony and celebrated at Elmira Country Club.  Children were a key part of the day– what characters!  Overall, the day was one of joy, peace and celebration.

You have probably heard the popular verse “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue”

A little history here: The verse is said to have started in Victorian England “Something old” symbolizes continuity with the bride’s family and the past. “Something new” means optimism and hope for the bride’s new life ahead. “Something borrowed” is usually an item from a happily married friend or family member, whose good fortune in marriage is supposed to carry over to the new bride. The borrowed item also reminds the bride that she can depend on her friends and family.

In Elaine’s case, her grandmother’s handkerchief in her bouquet was old, the wedding rings were new, she borrowed her veil and her shoes were adorable and blue!

Their was rain in the forecast all day, but the window of time when we would be outdoors was completely clear, well almost!

Matthew’s brothers’ toast included a “top ten list” that was clever, thoughtful and thoroughly enjoyed by all.

 (Feel free to paste the list in the comment section if you like, gentlemen 😉 )

Elaine and her friends found inspiration from the royal wedding and wore hats to the reception.

Matthew and Elaine love children and they were a key part of the wedding.  Each child had their own style and were so much fun to watch.

It was a real pleasure working with this couple and with the Elmira Country Club.  Thank you for sharing your day with me!



Megan MurphyOctober 6, 2011 - 10:29 pm

SO beautiful, Lisa!!

Julie RuttOctober 7, 2011 - 4:11 pm

LOVE them! 😀 They turned out awesome. I love your perspective through the lens. And thanks for the education on the something old, new, borrowed and blue! 🙂

Brian BriggsOctober 9, 2011 - 3:26 pm

Here are the top 12 reasons we are glad that Elaine McClelland and Matt Briggs are getting married:

Brian – 12. I can finally include Elaine in my family section of facebook.
Rick – 11. Matt finally has someone to spend his hard-earned saved-up money on.
Brian – 10. Hopefully we will now get a card along with the check for all birthdays and Christmases.
Rick – 9. Phil and Mary Ellen briggs are tired of only having 8 grandkids.
Brian – 8. This will give us an excuse to visit the beautiful state of Pennsylvania (even if your NFL teams stink, primarily the steelers)
Rick- 7. Our children will now have another awesome, incredible aunt.
Brian – 6. Perdue just got another life-long customer that will refuse to eat anything but perdue chicken.
Rick – 5. Matt won’t have to pay for dental cleanings any more.
Brian – 4. Matt will hopefully be forced into shaving more often.
Rick – 3. Matt deserved an angel and by George, he’s got one.
Brian – 2. One less competitor in our local golf club championship.
Rick – 1. Because it was god’s will that you two wonderful individuals would end up together.

Jon PooleOctober 10, 2011 - 4:22 pm


John MonfrediniOctober 10, 2011 - 4:35 pm

Matt & Elaine: Congratulations on your most beautiful wedding and my brothers and I wish you both the very best of happiness, health, and good fortune in the years to come. Here is a suggestion for Elaine, however. Keep Matt away from the Elmira Country Club or she may never see him. All the best to you both. John Monfredini

Central PA Senior Portrait Photography: Reynah & Margeaux

Twins Reynah & Margeaux wore vintage 1920’s dresses, rode their horses and enjoyed the beautiful landscape of middle spring PA.    I was inspired by the beauty of the landscape and fascinated by the bond that they share as twins.  I hope you enjoy this unique photo shoot as much as I do, it is one that I will always remember.

^ can you spot them?  This is the stunning “middle spring” wow!

I couldn’t choose a favorite 😉

^The horses are just as close as these young ladies

This last photo is for their dad.  He is an Olympian and an inspiration to them as they train and compete– running is a “family sport” for them.


Carlisle Wedding Photography: Sarah & Luke

Pinwheels, bubbles and adorable children were key to Sarah & Luke’s Dickinson College wedding in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.    Sarah is crafty and actually made all the pinwheels herself, she even found a way to include them in several ways including as boutonnieres and cake decor– check it out!  They are both young at heart and there is something that feels very organic about their relationship– relaxed, simple and natural.

Luke is wearing his grandfather’s watch so that he could be close to him on this special day.

Ready for her “first look” with Luke!

One nice thing about having two photographers (like Kris and I at Rhinehart Photography) is getting two different perspectives.

The bubble photos are a great example.

^ They served specialty wines, Luke chose his dad as “best man” and incorporated the pinwheel theme into their cake.

Their favors were pinwheels as well– it was fun to watch everyone playing with them.

Sarah SheafferSeptember 25, 2011 - 6:38 pm

Beautiful photos Lisa! I love how you captured the day!

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