A little about me...
My name is Jordan. I'm a Gemini, the twins personality. Which probably explains how I can love Art and Science at the same time! I received my first camera in middle school, and the photos on bus ride home are some of my all time favorites. My first photography class was in high school, where I got to spend time in the dark room and got my start with 35mm. I have always used photography as a way to enjoy all things that spark my interest and an excuse to travel the world. With my camera I get to stop time, to capture the beauty trapped in those fleeting moments that take your breath away and make your heart skip a beat.
Holding onto an emotion forever to experience again and again. That is why I love photography!
Every wedding is different and I love them all. It's like a photographic scavenger hunt to find all the details that make each wedding special to the bride and groom. That is why I love photographing weddings!
A little about us...
I have 2 second shooters, Jonathan, my husband and Jessica, my Best Friend and all three of us are JPs!
Were working on full bios, but in the mean time let us know if you want more info on us!
Also don’t forget our first consult is always free, so let’s grab a coffee and get to know each other.
A little bit more...
Photography has a split personality. On one side, you have a very creative discipline that provides your artistic side with unlimited possibilities for creating imagery to tell a story. On the other side, you have a very technical discipline that constantly challenges your understanding of physics, mathematics and equipment. My observation is that most photographers lean heavily to either side. Creative shooters tend to capture compelling images that are flawed technically, while technical shooters can nail beautiful lighting and sharp focus but their images generally lack depth or story. No side is wrong; it’s just different. My tendency is to straddle the middle, and my goal is to develop the ability to reach deep into either side when needed.
Candid photos strike a little fear in many people, don’t you think? When we imagine someone photographing us unexpectedly, we fear the strange, unflattering expression we were most likely wearing at that moment. Well it turns out that there are actually a few tricks of the trade to achieving beautiful candid photos.
My personal journey for photography is to capture moments the way I remember them happening – essentially capturing from my ‘mind’s eye’. For that reason, I’ve never been the biggest fan of posed pictures. While they certainly have their place in the world of photography, to me they’ve never given off the type of authenticity that can be captured in candid photos. I’ve spent significant time developing my technique for candid photography, so I’m excited to explore personalities and situations to capture beauty.
A little history lesson. You know the drill: someone announces they want to take a picture, they ask the subjects to gather/pose/smile, say ‘cheese’ and snap. Why do we do this? It actually dates back to early photography technology. Early cameras and film required long exposure times so people had to remain still for several seconds (even minutes!) to ensure that the photo wasn’t blurry and dark. Even when cameras got faster, the cost of film and developing was expensive, so people were very careful with the shots they took. Today, all that has obviously changed. Digital cameras are highly-evolved, and allow us to take as many shots as we want for free… so why do so many of us take pictures the same way we did 50 years ago?
We are a Husband, Wife and Best friend photography team. Our home base is Fort Worth Texas but we will go anywhere in the world! Weddings/Portraits/UNameIt