Assistant Bragging Rights

March 06, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

Have I mentioned how much I love my assistants??  Because I flippin' love them.  Renee and Ben are so talented, most of the time they get shots that I love so much... that I think I might like their work better than mine...

Not sure if that's a good thing or not!

Culling through the images that first day after a huge event - yeah, it's really a love/hate thing.  It's the most time consuming step in the post processing, but I love looking through Renee and Ben's shots for the first time, and seeing the event through someone else's eyes.  It's truly captivating how two people can be at the same event and view it so differently.

#myassistantsarebetterthanyours ;)

Wedding photography by Renee Youngblood Rose Hall Events in Dallas, Georgia

This shot of Bernedette is my favorite of the whole day.  Her lashes, the bokeh in the background, the fact that you can see all her details - the birdcage veil, sweetheart neckline, belt and bouquet <3

Wedding photography by Renee YoungbloodRose Hall Events in Dallas, GA

And These from Ben:

Wedding photography by Ben WalleyHills Creek Events in Rockmart, GA

And this shot after the ceremony, I was up by the 'stage' and was unable to capture this wonderful shot...

Wedding photography by Ben WalleyHills Creek in Rockmart, Georgia


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