When we think back on our life before photography, we just never could’ve imagined what a blessing it would be to us. And we’re not talking about the business. We’re not talking about the clicking of the shutter, the capturing of memories, the living out of our dreams (even though all those things are great). In fact, the most unexpected blessing that came from us picking up the camera has nothing to do with photography. Nothing to do with business. And everything to do with people.
If we never would’ve picked up these cameras, we would’ve missed out on some of the most life-giving, cherished relationships of our life. Because it was through the photography world that we were introduced to friends we now can’t imagine doing life without.
everything to do with people
You might remember that Anna photographed our five year anniversary in Venice. (That was the trip we saved and saved for the first five years of our marriage for and the first time we ever went to Europe together, so those photos are such a gift and our memories there together are some of our most cherished!) The next year, she photographed year six in Charleston, and now, year seven in the English countryside. So you can imagine we were so exited to finally be able to return the favor and get THEM in front of OUR camera! I think we’re going to have to make this just as much as a tradition!