When we arrived at the bride’s home, we were greeted by a Labrador Retriever and a Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever. At that point, I knew it was going to be a GREAT day! Lauren and Brandon celebrated their day and had their “first look” under electric blue skies. Among the rest of the highlights, you will discover elegant invitations, an awesome cake topper and a celebrity appearance! Since I had a wonderful time with the last contest, I decided to run another one that favors all those romantic couples among us! “Name the Make of that Convertible” to be entered into a drawing to win $150 off your wedding photography package. It is peak time for booking 2016 weddings. So if you are related to or know of anyone or if you are getting married, it would be just crazy not to take a guess. Check out what is offered in my wedding packages at this link http://www.amcgregorphotography.com/prices
Congratulations to Elizabeth and Stephen! They were married in Cabot and continued to celebrate at Lenape Heights. In addition, any 2015 weddings booked with me will give you a 20% DISCOUNT on everything! Check out my prices! Hope you enjoy these photos.
You may think that Spring is a strange time of year to get your senior portrait taken but I think it is one of the best times. Traditionally, a senior will have their portrait taken at the beginning of their senior year or before it even begins. At that time, they are aware of the big transition that is upon them and may have an “idea” of where they will be in a year but they probably are not certain of their future after high school. Take this portrait at the beginning of their senior year and you may get a portrait of a lost soul with a fake smile and uncertainty in their eyes. Don’t get me wrong, a great photographer should be personable enough to make the student comfortable and bring out their dynamic personalities. On the other hand, when spring arrives chances are good that the uncertainty is all but vanished. Look at Jenna in these images and you can see passion, a spark of energy, her acceptance to move on to the next big adventure and an eagerness to embrace and tackle the world. My session fee is $135.00 and typically last an hour with unlimited change of clothes. With this fee, you get secured, online proofing, two mini albums to commemorate the occasion and an 8×10 enlargement. Please ask me about burning a DVD with print release and social media friendly files. If you are looking for more, please contact me because I am confident that I can deliver it! Best of luck to Jenna! Check out more portraits at my website!
I love hearing that someone knows about my photo business because they were referred by a formal client or they hired me because they were in a bridal party. This was the case with Amanda and Matt who planned their wedding from Virginia and were big time Steelers fans to boot! Amanda was a bridesmaid in her cousin’s wedding I captured eight years ago in Harrison City. I dropped off my talented partner, Chris Lane at the Marriott in Greensburg so he could capture the guys as I continued onto Export to get photos of the girls. The wedding took place in Murrysville and we got in a few formals at the Greensburg Country Club before a storm hit. It was great seeing the family again and catching up with Amanda’s cousin, Samantha. In closing, I just want to say THANK YOU, THANK YOU and THANK YOU for your referrals! You are the best! Go Stillers! Aaron McGregor Photography
Azure skies and sun kissed bouquets embraced Christina and Mike on their wedding day. Christina and her girls got ready at the church while the guys showed up all decked out in their tuxes. I was told a few years ago that Pittsburgh based transportation company, Molly’s Trolleys was out of business. So I was thrilled to see their trolley pull into the church parking lot. After the ceremony, we were able to grab some formal portraits in the gardens of The Atrium in Prospect, PA. After the formals, we were all treated to a wonderful and romantic evening. I typically don’t post this many images to this blog but hope you enjoy these images that Melissa and I captured regardless of quantity. Cheers! Aaron McGregor Photography