Tybee Island Photographers — I’ve lived on Tybee Island now for eight years, but I’m originally from Ohio. I don’t get to visit my folks up there but maybe once a year, but I am so fortunate to be able to connect with so many other kind families from Ohio, like these guys, to make their family photos. It makes me feel a little closer to my folks and reminds me of my childhood.
Having the opportunity to do Tybee Island family pictures for Christina, Matt and their little Bella, was such an honor for me. These guys really came with it. First off they drove from Illinois through the night only stopping at Tennessee to get here.
Secondly, look at the style and color of their wardrobe. Many clients ask me for advice on what to wear for their session. These faded tones that are complimentary to the faded tones of the beach, driftwood and sky at sunset are a perfect example. Notice also that they are not matching with exact same colors or clothes but the shades of what they are wearing aren’t clashing either.
Finally, when it comes to personality these guys are my kind of family. When your willing to have fun and approach your session with an open mind, when you’re willing to sit in the sand or step into the ocean and play with each other or even slow down and hug or kiss…or just see give the moment space, well that’s when things happen that you and I couldn’t plan and yet always hoped for.
Tybee Island Weddings like Laura and Christopher’s are always the highlight of my week. I’m so fortunate to work with loving couples that have such an appreciate of the ocean and truly understand that all you need to bring is your emotions to make good wedding photographs.
I also have the great fortune to work with dedicated officiants like Dana Johnson of Tybee Bride. He makes a point to find out who couples are, their story and to create an experience and ceremony that is as unique as they are.
If you’re planning a Tybee Island wedding and need a bit of help, please feel free to reach us. I’ve documented hundreds of weddings in my eight years as a resident and I want you to benefit from that experience. Regrets can last forever and I don’t want that for anyone.