So my sister got married on Friday. And, because I was free, I got to be her wedding photographer. This filled me with a sense of dread, since I was afraid of messing up with my limited skills. However, after some prayer and faking it, I got through it with only one mishap. That mishap happened to be that I never got a decent picture of my immediate family–in the three I have, Emily has her eyes closed in every single one. So sorry, Mom and Emily, for my lack of a picture with everyone’s eyes open. But overall, I am satisfied with my work and hopefully you will be too. It was so much fun.
And if you want photographs of any sort, I’m totally open to do some for you.
Brothers. They are a weird lot.
Your loyal photographer. Dillon took this picture for me.
My grandpa. I really like this picture.
And here are some flowers.
My brother, who everyone said was the next one to get married. The whole day, over and over, they said it to him.
“That doesn’t look posed at all.”
Maybe Emily and Matt will be in the same position as Liz and Joe above in a while . . .
Mom & Dad
It was my mom and dad’s 25th wedding anniversary on the day my sister got married. Which was pretty awesome. Here they are smooching away, caught up in the newlywed spirit.
Well, I hope you enjoyed the wedding pictures.
. . .
Oh wait. I guess I should put some in of the bride and groom.
Emily and Matt
Here they are coming out of the temple.
Emily and Matt, looking at the camera.
Well, it was a wedding day, so I guess some of this did happen.
The chin is down.
This is my sister. And she is beautiful. Matt would agree with me.
The princess wears flip flops.
Here they are in the front of the temple.
Here they are walking. I managed to cut off their heads.
So I had a request to take one picture in particular. They were set on having a picture of their rings. Really, they didn’t ask for much else. Just a picture of their rings. I guess I could have taken this picture and be done with it.
Um . . . yeah. They wanted me to take a picture of it.
So I made Matt step away from his bride for a moments to get a picture of him alone. And scary things happened . . .
A foot popping. This wasn’t planned at all. It’s not like we sat and talked about it for a few minutes and then posed the picture. We wouldn’t do a thing like that. Foot popping is spontaneous.
Emily looking at the camera. Matt is distracted.
Look! I managed to capture their heads. It won’t last.
I seem to have cut off her head in this one.
Action shot of the bride.
Here are some flowers and a face next to them.
Congratulations Emily and Matt!