Posts tagged wedding photography
Dear Me: Kristi Blankenship

Continuing our Dear Me: A Letter to My Sixteen-Year-Old Self series, is the quirky - sweet Kristi Blankenship, the main shooter behind the amazing work of Made to be Mine. Kristi and her partner in crime Nathan, urge you to delete that pin board you poses and trust them to create and capture you in the moment as you are - head over heels in love and real human beings. Keep on reading this raw, honest and real piece of advice from Kristi to her teenage self.

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Dear Me: Taylor Olivia

What would you say to yourself if you came face-to-face with the 16-year-old you? What would you tell the fresh-faced you, about to plunge onto a path in one of the most inspiring and challenging careers? We are sure many of you would have lots to discuss. With all of the dubiety and thoughts in mind, we begin our blog series Dear Me: A Letter to My Sixteen-Year-Old Self. Creatives which are our beautiful clients around the globe, will share their personal written letters. Whether their letter is jolly or poignant, they will look back on their younger selves with compassion, remembering how sensitive and beautiful the age of 16 is. And talk, advice, encourage and comfort their younger selves.

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Nicole Mason: Finding Your Style in Photography

Nicole describes herself as an artist - from the inside-out. Creativity and ideas are what keep her up at night, and what wake her in the morning. So many assume that a lot of photographers must be extroverted, but Nicole Mason is a true introvert at heart. And this is one of the many things, which we believe, allow her to capture the most honest split-seconds of human interactions and make her photography so unique, candid and emotional. There is an unwritten trademark on each of her photographs and a recognizable photography style.

We are proud to state that Nicole is also a possessor of a rockstar website, built with our sister brand - Flothemes.

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Marcos Sanchez: Honesty & Real Emotions in Photography

Meet Marcos Sanchez, a big guy with a distinguishably well - groomed beard, colorful tattoos, and with an outstanding wedding photography style. His clients describe him not as a simple photographer at their event, but as a guest with a camera. He’s very discreet and careful in his actions, almost like a ninja. Since “honesty” is the highest form of intimacy, Marcos has developed a strategy to flawlessly depict that in his photographs. He is a big advocate of capturing raw, real emotions. Keep reading to find out how he has mastered the spontaneous shots, what inspires him and other bits and bobs that are hiding within his positive and goofy personality.

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