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Rebecca and Will || Wedding

       Picture it, a barn full of guest. The sun has set and the only light is coming from the pretty Christmas lights that are hung from the ceiling. The maid of honor (brides sister) stands up in her pretty yellow dress and begins to make her speech. She begins to tell Will what he should expect living with Rebecca, most are funny and then she gets to the last thing. The Maid of honor looks at Will and says, "You should expect to become a better person." At that moment the groom looks over at his bride with the most loving look. The bride unknowingly continues to look at her sister and smile as her groom just looks on at her. It was if he was saying, "I already knew that, she already has made me better." 

This isn't the exact moment described above, but one of the many times he looked at her so lovingly!

This isn't the exact moment described above, but one of the many times he looked at her so lovingly!

        For this wedding I took a back seat and was the second shooter for my wonderful and talented best friend Scenic Root photography. Even though I started in this business second shooting, it was a little weird to be in that spot again, but also kind of nice. In addition to helping the main shooter in any way I could, I was also able to just take time to look beyond the viewfinder  (see what I did there?) for different angles and mess around with some new tricks I learned for my camera. (BACK BUTTON FOCUSING guys its wonderful!)   But more than that I was so happy that I got the pleasure to meet Rebecca and Will and be a part of their special day!

        Rebecca is sweet and probably has one of the most contagious laughs that I have ever heard. Will is quiet and reserved, but loves Rebecca with ever fiber of his being. You could just tell the way he looks at her, the way he smiled and tried to keep it together as he watched her walk down the aisle. Their love filled that barn and everyone felt it! I wish them so much happiness in the future! Congrats!