There’s a lot I could say about these two. I could write paragraphs about how welcome they made me feel. I could wax poetic about how true and genuine their love is. I could talk about how the dedication the have to their faith is absolutely edifying to be around. I could talk about all of that, for a long time, but instead, I’m gonna let the photos do the talking.
The day after their wedding, Claire and Matthew met me in a field in the middle of no where and we made these photographs. If you want to see more from their wedding day, watch their slideshow.
Mostly digital with a smattering of Porta 400, shot on an old 1950’s Rolleiflex and developed and scanned by RPL.
Beautiful work, really nice posing, stunning couple.. love it.
Fabulous. All of it.
Killer portraits. I love everything about these!
I adore these, Heather. I always love your work, but man, you’re really killing it this summer.
Wow! Your black and whites are so beautiful.
Awesome portraits. Love the ones in the corn stalks. Nice work.
wowwww, love these!! i’m dying over the black and white diptych of them shrouded in the corn rows and that second to last shot! so great!
LOVE that b&w portrait of the bride!
yeah the black and whites are killer!
I LOVE the shots in within the plants. SO GOOD!
so so so pretty!
Loving the film Heather!! So good as always! You rock!
love the individual b&w portraits in the middle of this set. So good!
Fun images – love the laughter captured when he picks her up – so natural!
[…] Images from their day after session here. […]