A few weeks ago, I had a great portrait session with my good friends, the Rusts. We started out at the World War II Memorial on the National Mall in DC and then drove up to the LDS temple to finish up. Here's a few of my favorite shots from the day.
We were running a little behind when we got to the temple, and it was rapidly becoming dark, so we broke out the flash for the rest of the shots.
Just a quick note to let everyone know that I've updated my wedding portfolio. It's got a lot of new photos from my more recent weddings. And the best part is that the lightbox viewing (where the photos pop up when you click on the thumbnail) is gone! In its place are just the photos--so much better!
Also, as I mentioned in a recent entry, I'm starting to post sneak peeks of recent weddings and portrait sessions to my Facebook page. I posted the first one today. It's from the Rust's family portrait session at the World War II Memorial and the LDS Temple in Washington DC. Go check it out and be sure to fan me to keep up with my latest work.