Kid Pictures!

January 20, 2018  •  1 Comment
Tips for taking pictures of kids. When I take pictures of kids, I try to shoot the majority of them at the child’s eye level. Occasionally a top down shot works, but I really like the latter. I also purposely used an iPhone for these images to show that the camera almost all of us share can be used to take some nice images. Get in close. Kids hav...
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2017 Korver Photography Test Shots

December 30, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
I am not sure what it says about Korver Photography when the year end blog post often gets more views than many of the actual weddings we take! For those new to this type of post, the old reason we used to explain these images is that we were testing different lighting situations but, it is getting harder and harder to use that as a reason. Now we...
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Mountain View Manor

November 24, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Andrea and Roman have a deep connection to their Ukrainian roots and wanted to incorporate that into their wedding. All of the groomsmen wore costumes from the various regions of Ukraine, the ceremony was spoken in Ukrainian, and of course the dancing was amazing! Many couples are pretty tired on their wedding day because of partying the previous n...
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The Barn at Hogs Hollow Farm

November 05, 2017  •  2 Comments
Christin and Jason got married on a quintessential upstate, fall day. During the couples shots, it was clear how much they cared for one another and the true love between them showed through. Christin and Jason also shared memories with their family and friends during their beautiful reception, that was carefully executed with thoughtful details. H...
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Celebrations

October 09, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
There are only so many things you can control at a wedding. The weather and what people say during speeches are not those things within control. The sunset we witnessed was out of this world and only lasted for about 15 minutes. You cannot plan for such perfect light, only hope for it, and then press the shutter as many times as you can! As for spe...
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