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{administrators wedding}


I had the pleasure of getting to take a few shots at Jeremy {our administrator} and Sarah’s {a friend from college} wedding the last weekend of August.  It was so much fun!  I knew that I would be a little over my head in terms of taking anything close to a professional wedding photograph, and I totally was! It was confirmed that I have a great deal to learn about photography in general, but I don’t intend to take anything other than for-fun-photos anyway.  And because of that, I just got to have a really good time taking pictures of people instead of bovine, swine, or poultry ;)  Here are few of my favs so far.  For those that follow me on Facebook, you’ve already seen these.  But for those of you who don’t, enjoy them for the first time.  I’ll post more once I have them edited.


Sarah and Jeremy: I had such a great time celebrating with you on the happiest day of your lives!  It is a blessing to know you both.  May God grant you many years!

4 Comments leave one →
  1. Crista permalink
    09.06.12 6:07 AM


  2. Michael Hacker permalink
    09.06.12 10:10 AM

    Alicia – These photographs are gorgeous, and filled with humanity – trust me, they’re better than the highest paid photographer in the world would have captured – really fantastic!

  3. 09.06.12 12:35 PM

    Shhhhh….don’t sell yourself short! Your pictures are fabulous! What a beautiful wedding for what looks like a super fun couple!

  4. 09.06.12 3:56 PM

    Shhhhh….Don’t be so hard on yourself! Your pictures are fabulous! Looks like a super fun couple and a wedding full of love, laughs and, my favorite! Dancing!

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