It’s almost time…
Shooting and editing a wedding is a labor of love. So much time is spent planning followed by time spent at the actual wedding and, finally, weeks spent going over all the images to cull and edit down to only the best images from the day.
In a lot of ways, it is a huge relief to complete and deliver the images. I know that family & friends are anxious to see images, so it feels good to know that they can now share the story of their day.
In other ways, it’s a little like saying goodbye to a friend. I’ve spent so much time with these people, it’s a little sad to move on.
But…it’s almost that time…time to deliver and say goodbye to these faces that I’ve been looking at daily, for almost 6 weeks.
I also want to share a funny story from the wedding (with permission from MIB!): Take a peek at the first image of the bride and groom with the cake. Do you see the looks on their faces? That’s not their cake!
You read that correctly…THAT.IS.THE.WRONG.CAKE.
I found out about the cake after the wedding and then I caught this while I was editing because in the moment, they rolled with the punches. And, in case anybody is wondering…the venue made up for the mistake. All good…
I’m planning to finish up this week, but in the meantime, here’s the last peek from the Holzer-Hall celebration!
Shout out to Tina Harle, my right hand gal and second shooter.