This was by far the most technically challenging portrait session I have had this year. I met up with Kristin at Enterprise Mills in Augusta GA in the middle of the afternoon for her bridal portraits. There was limited shade, a bright sun, and hot weather. I usually shoot during the “golden hour” in the evening due to its gorgeous lighting; however, that was not an option this day. With Speed lights and reflectors in hand, I made it happen. I believe Kristin looks absolutely radiant in all of her portraits. The first two shown are her final picks that we framed for her portraits to display at the reception. I honestly feel like I stepped up to a new level as a photographer with this session. I hope you enjoy them as much as I Do!
The images below we took inside of Enterprise Mills. I found this amazing corridor with huge frosted windows. These are some of my favorites!
I absolutely love old buildings; there are hidden treasures everywhere! Check out this space I found in the wall; I love all the faded painted bricks!
These railroad tracks are no longer in use and a part of the grounds at Enterprise Mill.