When choosing a wedding photographer, it's important to know if the photographer you chose is not only able to give you good formal or posed shots, but also adept at anticipating moments and capturing them. Formals are only a small part of your wedding day, so it's important that your photographer has strong photojournalism skills also. The ability to see the light during these times and compose make the difference between the simple cell phones shots your guests and wedding party capture and a breathtaking moment that you will want to hang on your wall.
Steve and jane have extensively trained to be able to handle every lighting and location situation and deliver beautiful photographs. With 6 years in the business and almost 100 weddings captured, they see moments like this and freeze them in time for you and your family. Their combined expertise in portraiture and photojournalism have made them one of the best choices for wedding photographers in Washington D.C., Northern Virginia, and Maryland.
In this photograph, the bride and her sister waited patiently in the wood paneled second floor dining room, watching as the event staff at The Larz Anderson House prepared the gardens for the wedding ceremony. You can see the anticipation on their faces as it's just moments before the bride will see her groom for the first time. Some early guests were milling about the well appointed gardens, enjoying the late spring day.