Saturday, August 22, 2009

Takiyah's and Marlon's Wedding

As a professional photographer and business owner I'm always amazed when clients will review my work on-line and drive great distances to get a better look at our wedding photography services. I guess I'm honored when this happens because I know the client is forsaking all the other photographers in their hometown in favor of my style and expertise.

Such is the case with Takiyah Moore and Marlon Devall of Boynton Beach. Marlon pretty much knew what he and Takiyah wanted in their wedding photographer and found it in Portrait Corner Studio. After meeting with us during their Wedding Planning Session, they were completely sold on our services and booked us.

Although the relationship has been long distance it has been wonderful for each of us.
Both Takiyah and Marlon have quiet dispositions that portrays the aura of their wedding day and marriage. Yet, their wedding portraits scream how intensely and deeply in love they are. I truly believe the drive from Boynton Beach was worth the time and effort as reflected in their wedding album images. Check 'em out.

Thanks for choosing us, Takiya and Marlon!



Location: Delray Beach Golf Club
Cake/Florist: Delray Beach Golf Club

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Useful Household Tips

  • Remove ink stains on leather furniture with hairspray. After it dries, wipe away stain with a mixture of vinegar and water.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Romance on Fire

Michelle Hartman is the fiance of one hot dude--James Cherry. Actually that statement is a play on words because in real life James is a professional firefighter. However, it's no joke about how "on fire" their romance for each other has set off a five bell alarm. Honestly, James cannot keep his hands off Michelle and he keeps her in hysterics with his jokes and comedian personality. Usually I have to supply the humor in order to liven up my engagement sessions, but not so with James on the set. He's a one man comedy show and the host all rolled into one.

The plan for their engagement session was to include images shot at the fire station. I was really excited about this opportunity because it was going to add a theme to the pictures that you don't see too often in
pre-wedding pictures. We would conclude the session on the beach, another favorite place of Michelle and James. The day of the shoot was rainy and a little bleak, however we continued with the session and got some "once-in-a-lifetime" images.

I compliment James on his professional career and service to the public. As a retired law enforcement
officer I understand the immense responsibility and obligation he has as a firefighter. Michelle and James, I' looking forward to displaying your wedding day portraits. Keep the flames of love burning brightly, Guys!!


James always loves a good laugh.Two hotties in red!
James practicing his rescue techniques, and
Michelle practicing her victim techniques.
Close-up of a real firefighter.James is still sweeping Michelle off her feet.