I was really excited to find out that we were featured on Richard Photo Lab’s Blog yesterday, not once, but twice!
Richard Photo Lab is a full service photo lab based in Los Angeles, California. They do just about everything that a photo lab could do and more. We use Richard for our online proofing galleries where our clients can easily buy prints. Richard provides the web service as well as fufills the printing of the orders.
The other HUGE thing that Richard Lab does for us is our film scanning. We shoot almost all film at our weddings and depend on Richard to send us back beautiful scans that really capture our style with a high level of consistency. I’ve always been impressed with the way that they work over there and have been happy with everything we’ve done with them. Richard Lab is a huge part of our look and style and are by far one of my favorite companies to work with.
One of the things about Richard Lab that has always impressed me is the way that they work so closely with each of their photographers to make sure they’re providing the best services that they can to fit each person’s needs. They make a point of getting to know you and what you’re looking for from them, and they follow through to the end to make sure that they’re providing it.
If you’re shooting film and need scans, looking for prints or a proofing service, or really anything else that a photo lab might be able to offer, I would highly recomend Richard Lab. Check out their Site HERE and their Blog HERE.
Paul, Jessi and I had the pleasure of being a part of Chris and Sarah’s wedding today here in Birmingham. You might recognize them as the couple I shot in the Cahaba River and blogged about a little while back. If you didn’t gather from those pictures, they’re a lot of fun! The wedding today was super laid back and just a lot of fun for everyone. It was a beautiful, intimate wedding in the back yard of Sarah’s home. They spent the day surrounded by family and friends, and everyone had a blast. Here are some polaroids from the day…can’t wait to see the film from this one! Chris and Sarah…congratulations! Enjoy your mountain getaway!
A few weeks back Chris and Lauren came into town for an engagement shoot with us here in the Studio. While we were shooting we started talking about other places we could shoot, and moments later we were at the boulder fields loaded with holgas and 4×5 Polaroids! We had a blast shooting (and getting some awesome lunch from Urban Standard), and I can’t wait for their awesome wedding next month in Rock Hill, SC. Here are a few of my favorite shots from the day! Chris and Lauren, congratulations and I can’t wait to see you guys in a few weeks!
Remember that crazy rainy Saturday a few weeks ago? Well, that was the day that Luke and Brittany got married. Despite the dreary day, Luke and Brittany were so much fun to photograph. Both were performers from Busch Gardens, and had a lot of their very talented friends at the wedding. The day was full of hilarious jokes, incredible dancing, and – wait for it – insane trampoline jumping. Oh yes, we even caught Brittany doing some flips on the trampoline her crazy awesome dad BUILT INTO THE DECK.
We loved hanging out with these two, and especially taking portraits in the “Tunnel of Love” also built by Brittany’s Dad. Thanks for letting us join in the fun and I hope you enjoy the photos!
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Two weeks ago Paul, Jessi and I shot two weddings in a row, one in Auburn on Friday, and one in Atlanta on Saturday. After we got back to our hotel in Atlanta Saturday night I realized that we had a few frames left on one of our cameras that we had been shooting at the reception so I finished it off in the hotel room. We were a little tired from two weddings in a row, and I think you can tell in the picture.
On a slightly different note, in the past few days I’ve gotten film back for 3 weddings, a trip to Guatemala for Bedouins International and an engagement shoot, as well as several fun, personal rolls that I’ll be sharing soon. I can’t wait to start posting stuff…so stay tuned, lots to come!