A big, southern THANK Y’ALL to the Lovely Find today for featuring Katie & John’s Lake Rabun engagement shoot on their website today! We are honored to be connected with such a wonderful bridal inspiration blog!
One word perfectly sums up Demaris and Andy’s Atlanta wedding: classic. From the dresses, to the venues, and even down to the wedding cake, the day was flawlessly classic.
The sweet couple started the day at one of Atlanta’s most gorgeous churches, First Presbyterian Church. After a beautiful ceremony, the bride and groom headed to Cherokee Town & Country Club to celebrate in style. The food was delicious, the guests were excited to be there, and the music was awesome. The soulful band kept the party going all night long.
Demaris & Andy, thank you for giving us the honor of documenting your big day. Congratulations!
- Katie & Jenica
You are probably thinking, “Wait, haven’t they already posted pictures of Katie’s e-sesh? In fact, isn’t she married already? Where are those pictures?!” Don’t worry; you are not having deja vu. Yes, we have posted those pics already and yes, she is married, and we promise those pictures will be posted soon. BUT we finally sent the film in to get developed! I just had to share some of my favorite pictures from the rolls of film that I shot. It has been a long time since I shot with my old trusty Rollei, and of course, I thought, ”what better time to wipe off all the dust, than for our very own beautiful Katie’s e-sesh!?”
After getting the film back, I can see why a lot of photographers are switching back to film. I was like a kid on Christmas day opening a toy from Santa! I was giddy with excitement, but a little nervous too, because hey it’s film, and let’s be honest shooting: film is A LOT different than being able to see what you shot by simply looking at the pretty little screen on the back of your digital camera.
My eyes lit up with sheer joy when I laid eyes on the beautiful pictures! Clear and crisp photos with a beautiful soft color to them. Of course, when you have such a beautiful couple to photograph, you can’t really take a bad picture.
I even brought my little taped-up Holga (photographers, you know what I am talking about) along for the ride. I don’t normally take portraits with a Holga, but the two that I did take surprised me. I added those at the end just for a little fun.
You can check out the digital version of Katie and John’s engagement session here. I think I am seeing more film in PSP’s future…
I know, I know… these last ones are dark and grainy…but it’s a holga…the pictures were just too cute not to post!