CA Wedding Photographer, Eco Wedding Photography, Bee Green Wedding, Organic Wedding, Green Wedding Photography, Palo Alto Photographer, Palo Alto Wedding Photographer, Atherton Wedding Photographer, Beltane Ranch, Cliff House, Woodside Photographer, Portola Valley Photographer, Colorado Wedding Photographer, Destination Wedding Photographer, CO destination wedding photographer, Maui Wedding Photographer, Hawaii Destination Wedding Photographer, San Francisco Wedding Photographer, CA wedding photographer, San Francisco Style Unveiled, SF Style Unveiled, Green Wedding Shoes, 100 Layer Cake, Brides Cafe, Nestldown Wedding, Atherton Wedding Photographer, Palo Alto Wedding Photographer, Wine Country Photographer, Napa Wedding Photographer, kate harrison photography, central coast wedding, coastal wedding photos, beach wedding photography, san francisco weddings, san francisco wedding photography, artistic wedding photography, artistic photojournalism, artistic photojournalism weddings, best wedding photographer, khp, napa wedding photographer, sonoma wedding photographer, wine country wedding photographer, livermore wedding photography, garre wedding photographer, capitola real wedding photos, california wedding photography, real wedding photos, real weddings, beltane ranch wedding photography, poetry in motion, edith meyer, villa viscaya, intimate wedding photos, real intimate wedding photos, dinner party wedding photos, atherton wedding photography, palo alto wedding, watsonville wedding photography, style unveiled, green wedding shoes, 100 layer cake, brides cafe, a practical wedding, modern photographers, agwpja
When Shawnee Custalow of A Lovely Photo reached out to us, I knew she’d be perfect for APW. From a glance, I could tell that the Richmond, Virginia-based photographer’s work #SLAYS, but when I found out that these jaw-dropping images were taken by a self-proclaimed queer Southern feminist who travels throughout the continental US for free with rates starting at $2,400, there may have been actual fist-pumping. You see, if there’s one thing I’ve been reminded of in the past weeks, it’s that while marriage equality may finally be here, real and true on-the-ground equality is still very much a work in progress, and photographers like Shawnee—specifically passionate about working with LGBTQIA+ couples—are still one hundred percent necessary.…Keep Reading
- APW Happy Hour
- 5 Things No One Wants to See on Your Wedding Website
- Should I Go as a Guest After Being Fired as a Bridesmaid?
[Read comment policy before commenting]