Burroughs | Knight
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Our photography approach

Natural lighting is our go-to look. Most of our photos are taken without flash, especially getting ready photos. Unscripted moments are what we strive to capture. We believe unscripted moments tell the best stories and we approach each wedding as photojournalist. We arrive during preparation to capture those intimate moments with friends, your makeup session and the donning of your dress. We are with you for every step of the way and exiting only when you and your significant other ride off into the sunset.

On our journey to becoming one of the best wedding photographers, we have had the pleasure of working with a ton of amazing people. The one thing we have learned, in particular, is no two weddings are alike. That’s what keeps us coming back to this rewarding job, in addition to the fact that we love meeting our client’s family and friend. We have found that the most organic moments come while on the reception dance floor or behind the scene getting ready for the ceremony. Being a wedding photographer you have to really perfect your craft. Why? Because our weather never knows what it wants to do. You want your wedding photographer, as well as a wedding planner, to know how to adapt to changes and still function. We have shot in almost every environment, even inside of a cave.

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What equipment do you use?

Investing in the right equipment makes a photographer's life easy and is key in the quality of photos provided to our clients. Photographers and clients always ask what equipment do you use, so we decided to provide a list. 

Cameras: Nikon D850 Full-Frame 36MP

Lenses: Nikon 35mm f/1.450mm f/1.885mm f/1.4105mm f/1.4, 24-70mm f/2.8, 70-200mm f/2.8, 14-24mm f/2.8

Flashes: Nikon SB-910, SB-700 AF, Neewer TT560