Posts Tagged 'Photography'
This is a 365 day photo project I am doing called “Many A Moon”. This is the whole month of November. See them all at rebekahfancher.tumblr.com
This is a 365 day photo project I am doing called “Many A Moon”. This is the whole month of October. See them all at rebekahfancher.tumblr.com
My dear friend, Julia and I spent a weekend together in Charleston shooting a wedding. We got to stay on the Isle of Palm near Charleston. We both decided to do a shoot out She shot me and I shot her. She is a natural at posing, and me…. ahhhh… not so much.
Here are a few of my favs… Also check out her work, she is incredible- here
I had a lovely few hours getting to spend time with the Griffin/Cranford Family. Their kids were so fun to work with and the light and the trees were beautiful!!! I am taking family sessions for this holiday season! Check out my mini session’s I am offering- here.
These are a few of my fav’s… I love the portraits of the kids the most.
These two are just so beautiful. While I was editing these photos I was getting so excited about shooting their wedding next spring in Asheville. Aren’t they beautiful people?
This was a sunrise session at Jetton Park and Davidson College. Enjoy!
Bo and Kathryn’s wedding was such a treat for me and Brandon to be a part of. When I first met them, we chatted for a long time about the Lord, and all he had done in our lives. I hoped they would pick me to shoot their day. And when Kathryn called me I was relieved, because I felt like I was supposed to be their photographer. I’m so, so happy they picked me.
Their engagement session was such a treat for me to shoot – (here) because these two were so magical together in their emotion toward each other. I figured that the wedding day was going to be just as fabulous. It was pretty amazing to watch them kiss for the first time at the altar and see the sparkle in each other’s eye during romantic photos of just the two of them.
Bo and Kathryn got married in at Florence Baptist Church in Forest City, NC. They had two receptions, one at the church and one at the Forest City Club house, where we danced the night away. Besides indian weddings I don’t think I’ve seen a group of people dance so hard. I was stunned when Bo took the floor for break dancing right after he preached to his crowd of friends, telling them about the love of Jesus. I cried, he cried, Brandon almost cried… I’m sure there was a whole bunch of people crying.
We had a beautiful time with these two.
Congrats Bo & Kathryn! Thank you for letting us be a part of your day!
And once again, my husband second shot with me and assisted me. We are becoming quite the team. You may see his face on this site a bit more next year.
I’ve known Kim about eleven years. We were in youth group together back in the day and hung out here and there. I remember going to the pool with her the day I got my permit. haha! It was quite the surprise when she emailed me one day about shooting her June wedding. Its been so great to be back in touch with her.
Kim’s husband, Ryan is in the army band now stationed in Alabama and Kim has been a band teacher for quite some time. Both of their dads play wind instruments and so they busted out a quartet of horns at their reception.
One thing I love about Kim is that this girl cannot not smile. They were so sweet to photograph, and Kim didn’t let the rain dampin her wedding day! We made it all work and it turned out so beautiful.
The ceremony took place at the Main Post Chapel on Fort Bragg in Fayetteville, NC. And the reception took place in the Hodge Room of the Fort Bragg Club.
I would like to give a special shout out to my hubby for taking amazing photos and being the best guy ever!
Congrats Ryan & Kim! Thanks for letting us shoot your day!