Has any one else noticed this lately? Spring was always wedding season, was always family photo time where everyone was just so happy to be done with the weight of the snow and the dark days. It was brighter, it was inspiring, and all those creative dreams you harbored while you hibernated could finally be explored once the ice melted away and the flowers shyly poked their heads out.
But lately, there's been winds of change. Family photos are more popular in fall. Weddings, with all their autumn themes and rustic color schemes, are everywhere. And why not? The season has amazing lighting and wonderful backdrops (colored leaves and apple orchards, anyone?), and even better props (pumpkin carving and those fuzzy sweaters, am I right?). It's a perfect set up to some perfect pictures, that final last "Hoorah!" before the cold and unforgiving cold sweeps through us again.
Plus, it's always nice to have some hot apple cider in a thermos out on a photoshoot.