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Top 5 Moments to Capture on your Wedding Day

bride and groom walking back down the aisle being showered by lavendar during jackson hole wedding recessional
Monday, July 2, 2018 Amy Galbraith

As a documentary photographer, I’m all about unexpected moments. I suppose that’s what makes this post so difficult to write! The last thing I’d want my clients to do is “stage” moments or provide a shot list. That being said, I think it’s important to be aware of some not-so-obvious moments that you’ll experience on […]

Wedding Planning | Washington Mountain Wedding Venues

bride and groom kissing next to mountain lake
Monday, November 27, 2017 Amy Galbraith

I was lucky enough to start my business in Jackson Hole – a mecca for skiing, climbing, rafting, camping, the works. It was there that I fostered my love for photography and capturing the beauty of those majestic Teton peaks. While I still photograph 4-5 weddings per year in Jackson Hole, most of my year […]

Wedding Planning | Tips for Taking Candid Wedding Pictures

bride and groom sipping champagne at carnation farms
Thursday, August 24, 2017 Amy Galbraith

So you just got engaged, congratulations! Now it’s time to start planning the big day. As most wedding planning goes, you’ll first probably pick your venue and catering, wedding planner, then it’s on to the photographer! While I’m a little bit biased, I must say that hiring a photographer you trust and gel with is […]

Wedding Planning | 3 Reasons Why You Should Do a First Look

Thursday, July 13, 2017 Amy Galbraith

A first look. What is it? While there are many variations of it, basically it is the chance to see your significant other in a chosen location, BEFORE you walk down the aisle. Typically it would take place a couple of hours before the ceremony when your makeup is at its freshest and the guests […]

Weddings | The Only Shot List You Need

bride talking to ring bearer at wedding
Friday, April 21, 2017 Amy Galbraith

I’ve been asked many times from my clients if they need a shot list. There are about a bazillion Pinterest posts that provide engaged couples with a list of 101 shots your photographer “must” capture. While I think this can be helpful, I think it’s pretty unnecessary to provide your wedding photographer with an extensive […]

Wedding Planning | The Perfect Wedding Day Timeline

Friday, February 17, 2017 Amy Galbraith

Whether it’s not knowing how much time to book your photographer for or just general confusion on how to set up the events on your wedding day, creating the perfect wedding day timeline for the big event can be a tough topic to tackle. While you can ask your DJ, venue, or caterer for tips, […]