Posts Tagged ‘Distillery District Engagement Session’
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Jul 18 2012

You guys should know how these blog posts come together. Usually, after editing all your pictures, resizing them, uploading them to your online gallery, making your DVD and e-mailing you about it, I’ll start choosing images for my blog. I’ll upload all images I want and then I just leave the post with no text, as a draft – if you’re not familiar with the blog world, this means you won’t be able to see posts that are drafts.

And although everybody gets a “draft” on my blog, not everybody goes “live”. It’s not because I didn’t like the photo session, it’s just that since I’m editing your pictures during the weekdays and, as soon as I’m done with your photo session, there’s another shoot to edit, it’s really hard to find time to write a text for all these drafts. I tried not writing a text for some posts and I just don’t like how the blog looks like with no text (and it also seems I don’t care).

Some of these drafts are soo old that it doesn’t make sense to post them anymore. Sometimes, because I don’t remember the story of the people I worked with, sometimes because I already have a brand new photo session at that same location, sometimes because I do focus more on couples and weddings here, so families photo sessions almost never make it to the blog.

I’m talking about this because these past days I started cleaning up the blog and I decided to browse through some posts that were actually published. Then I just started wondering about all these faces I’ve seen: do they already have a baby?; he must be such a cute toddler by now!; I wish I had more e-sessions on different locations like this one; will she make it to Hollywood?; etc, etc. I meet so many people every year and I can only imagine where they are now.

That’s not the case for Levente and Rachelle. I will be shooting their wedding next month so I still get to see them again. :)

They chose the Distillery District as their E-Session location and although I already lost count of how many times I’ve been there, I still love that place. It has everything a photographer could ask for – there’s so much to look at that I still find places I have never used before. I’m completely in love with these images!

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