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Arin Photography

Marylake Camelite – Erin’s Film Bridals

Marylake Camelite Monastery was the perfect location for Erin's Bridals!  When we were trying to come up with a location that best fit Erin's dress and vision, I immediately thought of the lighting at Marylake.  And the sun did not disappoint us that day. I am finally getting Erin's film Bridals posted and I couldn't be more excited about how they look.  I have slowly been implementing film into my wedding galleries this year and I am so pleased that my brides are noticing the difference between film and digital, and how much they are appreciating the beauty of film! Erin along with her mother and sister, met me at Marylake late one afternoon and when we realized that we needed a place to change because the monastery was closed for prayer,...

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Ashley-Alexander House Wedding

The weather in Arkansas can be unpredictable in October but there couldn't have been a more perfect day at the Ashley-Alexander House in Scott on October 17, 2015.  A perfect day for the perfect couple, Todd and Erin.  They were married with friends and family as witnesses and a Southern pecan orchard as a backdrop. Todd and Erin met in 2009 when both were freshman at Arkansas State University.  They became friends but they had a connection like no one else.  Todd moved back to Missouri in 2010 but they never lost contact.   Finally in July 2014 they reconnected for good on September 23, 2014  which happen to be Erin's grandparents 71st wedding anniversary, Erin and Todd began dating.    By Thanksgiving, Todd was ready to ask Erin to marry him.  So on...

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St. Rose Catholic Church Wedding

Tyler and Morgan were married at Morgan's childhood church, St. Rose Catholic Church in her hometown of Carlisle, Arkansas. I didn't grow up in the town of Carlisle, but I did marry into it.  And one of the first families that I got to know was the Schafers.   In our small farming community, generational farming families all know one another especially when our children were the same age.  Oh and Morgan'e mother taught my kids in elementary school so growing up in a small community helps to solidify those relationships. I can't tell you how amazing it feels to have a bride and her family trust the "local" girl to capture such a special day not only once but twice for them.  I captured Morgan's sister Emily's wedding last February and...

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New Focus

In February of this year, I finally got to attend the WPPI Convention in Las Vegas.  This had been a dream of mine for the past 4 years but something always got in the way of me getting to go.  In January, I just made up my mind to make it a priority for 2015!  And it didn't hurt that my sister only lives 4 hours from there so I thought we could make a girls trip out of it. Prior to 2015, I had got a fresh new look on my website but somehow it just didn't quite "look" like me.  I mean, shouldn't your branding reflect who you are?  So one of the WPPI classes that I signed up for was a blogging class.  I mean honestly, I struggle...

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2016 Senior Rep Models

Once again, it is that time of year to start thinking of senior pictures.  It seems like this time of year rolls around faster and faster every year. This year will be gone before you know it so it's important to get a jump start so that you don't miss a thing! Capturing the year in images is so important.  We all take the infamous selfie with our smart phones, but who really ever prints them? And how many images have you lost because your phone crashed, got washed, or who knows what else?  I know I don't because my kids" images seem to be stuck in cyberspace.  That's why I think it is important to bring the photographs to life in print.  I have 3 collections that range from...

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