John and Cheryl wanted to celebrate their first wedding anniversary with a photo session in their full wedding attire. They love their horses Maggie and Two Socks and their land they own has been in their family for generations. The property was given to their family 227 years ago as a 6000 acre land grant from the Continental congress for service during the American Revolution. It has been passed down ever since. John's grandfather and his three siblings were born in that house and worked that land during the depression and now he farms it and hunts on it.
So their photo session included many of the loves of their lives. Each other, there beloved horses and the land that has been a part of their heritage for generations. We loved showing these two love birds doing what they love best, being with each other...
Friday, February 26, 2010
Thursday, February 18, 2010
We got a call the other day from TMCnet.com. They asked us to shoot their March cover shoot and article photos for Internet Telephony magazine. So we went over to NETXUSA INC in Greenville to shoot their company president, Rick Boone. The shoot covered him at the company HQ and a few shots of him at the Falls Park waterfalls for the article. We were honored to be able to shoot for a national magazine and hope we get to do more in the future!
Fun at the falls!
Saturday, February 6, 2010
in and Richard's Engagement Photo Session started out in downtown Greenville SC at the Wyche Pavillon. After following the Reedy River down to the waterfall and back, we headed to Furman for a few more photos. It was a chilly, gloomy day out with no sun in sight. But Erin and Richard had fun with each other as we fired away.
Dana and I shooting from different angles.
Now we headed to FURMAN UNIVERSITY!
Friday, February 5, 2010
UFL Genesis and ToG Photography
Brits Brothers Gym and Quaker Steak and Lube hosted the first Upstate Fight League. Touch of Grace had a great time photographing a few of the fighters from Brits Brothers Gym for their advertising poster. These guys were so much fun to shoot. They might look big and tough but if you promise to keep a secret they were all exremely nice and very easy going. You would never guess it when they are in the ring fighting!
Yes, this was a MAJOR change of pace from shooting our weddings, but it was fun!