Category Archives: Couples

art institute of chicago engagement session (andrea + tanner are engaged!) – chicago engagement photographers

Even though we are totally not morning people, we’ve come to love it when our couples say they’re up for sunrise shoots. No one is around, the light is perfect, and you can sneak back to bed for a nap without feeling guilty about it.  Win/win/win! Andrea + Tanner found us on Style Me Pretty + first...

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montsalvat wedding (tee + jake are married!) – melbourne wedding photographers

Jake found Tee’s mobile phone during a baseball training session + that is how they first met.  Ya can’t get much more romantic than that, can you?! You might remember these two smiling faces from their engagement sesh, which was that magical day we spent with them in a little land called Tasmania — but...

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a sunny afternoon lookbook with smitten studio – los angeles lifestyle photographers

We were thrilled to be asked to shoot the second Sunny Afternoon lookbook (remember this first one from last year?) for our friend, Sarah Sherman Samuel. With the adorable factor brought to you by real-life sweethearts, Merrill + Tim Melideo, + the deletable styling by Sarah, and the stunning Los Angeles sun, it was an afternoon...

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loft on lake wedding chicago (katie + jeff are married!) – chicago wedding photographers

We’ve got quite the story for you today! Enter: Katie + Jeff. These guys met on match.com, which they’re quite proud of, and they should be!  They certainly turned us into believers.  Whenever one of our single friends complains about how hard it is to meet people like they are, we literally start telling them about...

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lake michigan engagement shoot (erin+mike are engaged!) – southwest michigan wedding photographers

These two. We rendezvous’d in a lil place called Pure Michigan.  They got out of their car, giggling.  “We’re so nervous.  We’re so bad in front of the camera.” We hear that a lot, you know.  And we understand.  There’s a reason why we stay on the other side of the lens.  ;) But then, after all...

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