Camille and Ben | Washington, DC | Wedding

Ben loved Camille so he put a ring on her.  Likewise, Camille did the same.  By the way, that’s an inside joke!  It was one of the many funny lines that had us laughing throughout my experience working with the lovely couple.  Ben’s wittiness always kept the mood in good swing.

Camille and Ben’s wedding has been the simplest wedding of my season.  But it doesn’t mean that it wasn’t as meaningful as others.  It was traditional, to-the-point, and intimate.  There were no wedding planners, DJ’s, bands, or big bridal parties to deal with.  It was just close family, friends, the two of them, and luckily, a photographer to capture the beauty of it all for what it was worth.  And for them, it was worth more than anything that you can put a price on because they truly love each other.  That’s how weddings should be.

After the ceremony, we headed up the street for an impromptu shoot in the light rain.  They asked me if I wanted to reschedule for better weather, but I whole-heartedly declined; it was their wedding day!  Being a professional, you have to do what it takes to get the job done – to get the shot.  They happily agreed and proceeded to make beautiful photographs.  Little did we know, the broken umbrella would make such a nice prop in the shoot!  It worked great for us and allowed us to capture what really happened that day.

By the time you read this, Camille and Ben will be coming back from their recent honeymoon to Asia.  I’m jealous!  How come you guys didn’t invite me to shoot it?! :)

I thoroughly enjoyed working with you guys, thank you for the opportunity to be a part of your love.  I hope that you smile as much as I do when you look back at the photos.

Keep it real.  Keep it simple.  It works.


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