Hi everyone! It’s Reid here from @whenhefoundher. I am so excited to take over @photovisionprints Instagram for the next few days! I will be sharing some brand new, never-before-seen content, along with some behind the scenes info on what has helped me to craft successful images. I believe in the philosophy of surrounding yourself with a community of like-
minded artists. I sincerely mean it when I say that there is no way I could be where I am today without the work of PhotoVision. They have happily spent countless hours on the phone with me, picking apart my negatives and problem solving with me to help me improve my scans (especially when I was just starting out). This image was from a recent creative shoot with Sweet Woodruff, who did the floral arrangement and styling.I am so thankful for artists like them (and PhotoVision) who have a similar vision and dedication to their craft.
@whenhefoundher Takeover Day 1: Before I began shooting weddings, I was pursuing a career in still life photography. An advantage to being a wedding photographer is that I get to combine my love for both portraiture and still life photography. I love crafting beautiful images of bouquets, invitation suites and accessories. It’s the art of elevating everyday objects and revealing them in a new light—they play an integral role in telling the story of a wedding day. This photo was co-styled by Kate from Magnolia Rouge for our shoot in New Zealand.
@whenhefoundher Takeover Day 1: This image is from a recent wedding. I love how it has a pure and ethereal quality to it. In-between moments like this are easily missed and quickly forgotten. My goal is to be present enough to capture these moments, so that my clients can remember their day in a very natural and authentic way.