Thursday, June 19, 2014

A Normandy Engagement Session | Fine Art Destination Wedding Photography

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While attending the L'amour et l'image workshop in Normandy, France this May I had the opportunity to photograph the adorable Melanie of Melanie Gabrielle Photography and her hubby to be around Chateau le Val.  The session was styled to perfection by Jill La Fleur and I could have photographed these two forever!

Photographed at Sylvie Gil's L'Amour et L'Image Workshop
Styling by: Jill La Fleur
Hair and Makeup by: Little Miss Makeup
Shot on Kodak Portra 400 on Contax 645, processing by Richard Photo Lab


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