Category Archives: the wedding day breakdown

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Virginia Ashley Photography Workshop

Seats are Available

Posted May 1st, 2017in photography, the wedding day breakdown

So I made a fun little video just for you guys! 🙂

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Staged Exits

The Wedding Day Breakdown

Posted April 20th, 2017in photography, the wedding day breakdown

I guess before I talk about what a staged exit is, I should go over what an exit is. For those of you who might not be familiar with it, an exit is a fun send off to the bride and groom at the end of their wedding reception. Often times, it’s done in the form of sparklers, bubbles, flower petals, etc. These send offs are usually done at the end of a long night of celebration.

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All About Perspective

Virginia Tech Engagement Photos

Posted May 26th, 2016in photography, the wedding day breakdown, tips

I shared a similar post like this not too long ago, but it was about wedding day details! Today I’m sharing a little on how I shoot engagement photos! It’s definitely all about perspective! Just like my post with details, it didn’t necessarily matter where I was photographing the details, all that matter was the light. Same goes for engagement photos! However, sometimes the best light does not always mean the best location.

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Rain on Your Wedding Day

Tips for Rainy Wedding Photos

Posted March 15th, 2016in photography, the wedding day breakdown

Photographers: wedding season is approaching us and I am so very excited! It’s nice to have had some time off and just refresh for the upcoming year, but now I’m ready to be back! I miss all of my awesome brides and grooms! 🙂

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Yay! This post is so fun and full of such good information! I’m excited to share it with y’all!

Some times I’ll have couples who want to opt out of their engagement session. I then talk with them and educate them on how important it is for them to do them with me. It’s part of their whole client experience and I feel it’s a crucial part of the process! Plus, by the end of it all, they’re always so happy they had them!

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