Courtney & Tommy. Married.
Susannah and Ben. Engaged.
Impossible to be too serious.
One of my great joys as a wedding photographer is the opportunity to capture people as they truly are. When you lean in and pay attention, you really start to see individuals' distinct nature and how they interact with the one they love the most. Recognizing that each of my couples are so unique is what keeps each wedding that I capture fresh. And while I like making my couples look epic and breathtaking, the moments inbetween that I capture remain the truest. This beautiful and perfect bride who recently married one of my best friends is a perfect example. The way this photo makes you feel is the same contagious joy they exude when you're with them.
Lizz & Andre. Married.
See you goons at The Baker's Table.
Trying to find the perfect words to describe these two and I'm just gonna need more time to think of something because I adore them.
Nicole & Mike. Married.
October 9, 2016.
This is what a wild family full of love looks like.
More amazing faces on the way
This hangs on one of the walls where I work. I'm not typically one for inspirational quotes, but this is a critical reminder. #inspiration #hingework #photography #instagood #studio #coworking
Mary-Catherine, Cameron, and I were driving back from the engagement shoot that we had just wrapped. We had had our fingers crossed for cooperative weather, but the drab overcast persisted into the evening. Though what we had captured was good, I'm also never fully content unless there are at least a few photos in every collection that I am personally freaking out about...
On winding roads of dark tree cover and fields, Ben Howard played low on my car stereo as we made our way out of the deep Conestoga countryside. The sun had fallen behind the horizon, but the clouds were suddenly turning into cotton candy, casting a soft pink glow on everything. Just shy of the next intersection, Cameron noted a small patch of sunflowers off the main road. I asked if they'd be interested in one more stop, and potential trespassing. Mary-Catherine hardly took a breath before saying yes, so we spun the car around and parked on the side of the road to capture this image.
This spontaneity, these tiny adventures and moments are the stuff I live for. It takes an engagement session from "getting pictures done" to an unforgettable experience, celebrating two people in love.
Yesterday was inspiring.
Tori & Preston. Married.
This dude has helped and inspired my career so much. Thank you for your wisdom and drive, Connor. I hope #sanfrancisco treats you and Emily right. #entrepreneur #youngentrepreneur #alwayslancaster #lancasterpa #lanccity #headshotphotographer #headshotphotography #saminterrante #portrait #portraitphotography #portraitphotographer #portraitpage #youngprofessionals #usga #uswomensopen @figlancaster @lyp_org @lancasteronline @fllmag @susquehannastyle @lancstyle
Haven't posted in way too long.
This is Marcie & Ryan. I think I like these two a lot.
When I take someone's portrait my primary goal is to really capture their personality and their spirit. This is always a collaborative effort - my subject has to be comfortable enough to let that spirit shine, and I have to promote an atmosphere that allows it to. This is Alyssa. I think we nailed it. 👊🏽 #photography #saminterrante #hingeworkstudio #headshot #headshotphotography #headshotphotographer #portraitphotography #portraitphotographer #lancasterpa #photo #photos #pic #pics #TagsForLikes #picture #pictures #snapshot #art #beautiful #instagood #picoftheday #photooftheday #color #all_shots #exposure #composition #focus #capture #moment #freckles
Come see my photography and a live #kathak dance performance by @jheeshaproductions on September 9th at the @philartalliance !!! @jheelmehta @sharrielb #saminterrante #fringearts
This is Marcie, looking stunning. Also windows might be my favorite place to play with light.
High School love.
Amy & Tim. Married.
Sometimes, you don't need to say much. You're just alive.
Nicole & Corvin. Engaged.
This is Cambria. Cambria was easygoing and pleasant amidst two wild storms that rolled right through her outdoor wedding. Cambria is wicked awesome. Be like Cambria.
...come to think of it, I could say that about literally every other bride I've ever worked with, so thank you as well!
Reunion with my old homie.
There's a very strange thing about us right-brained people and our relationship with our work. We let what we create define us, often times to a fault. I have a love/hate relationship with even some of my favorite images ever captured. And I've been realizing how much of my photographic experiences I keep hidden because of this ominous and ridiculous fear of sharing it. So I guess this is my apology. Expect to see more of my work in the near future. For now, here is Tasha and Nathaniel's love story.
I'm looking at a life unfold
Dreaming of the green and gold
Just like the ancient stone
Every sunrise I know
Those eyes you gave to me
That let me see
Where I come from
I had the most incredible weekend in Philadelphia, capturing these two.
Nicole & David. Engaged.
Mornin! I will be out of town until Monday. For inquiries or anything at all, email me at [email protected]
Heidi and Joshuah's destination wedding is on the blog!
Dialogue Photography Blog | Jamaican Destination Weddings - Heidi & Joshuah. Married. June 15, 2015.
Reminiscing on good summertime wedding vibes in Lancaster.
Simple, one light setup. Captured at Hingework.
The Mountain Man.
Ashley and Eric are on the blog, and I am SO excited to share it with you. Shout out to Mia Fuller for helping me capture!
Lancaster Wedding Photographers | Dialogue Photography Blog - Ashley & Eric. Married. Drumore Estate. October 17, 2015
At my desk working, I hear a noise and peak around my computer.
Seriously, how am I supposed to get anything done when I'm in love?
This past summer I assisted the very talented Katie Schmitt with a wedding. I'll start by saying that I have never captured in such a downpour. The ceremony took place deep in the woods in an old one-room, open windowed church, big enough for maybe 30 people. There was almost no light to work with and almost nowhere to move.
The moments following reminded me why I enjoy capturing weddings. I wish I could remember their vows verbatim, because they really caught my attention. The bride and groom's sentiment filled the whole church with tears, as they each shared an overwhelming gratitude for how each makes the other stronger. I've heard plenty of vows and mushy-hearted words, but their's were profound.
This is the moment the bride walked down the aisle to meet the groom, and the moment he failed at holding it together.
Being a photographer in this digital world is tearing for me sometimes, even though my relationship with film is limited essentially to my college courses. The reality is sometimes digital post production creates magic, with impressive dynamic ranges, low noise at high ISOs, etc. It's a breath of fresh air when the magic is captured purely through the lens. This is a digital image that is 100% untouched.
I was driving home from Bloomsburg Friday morning and went on a search for the old coal breaker building that I had heard about but never seen...I found it!
See the full blog post of one-week-old Livi. She's awesome.
Lancaster Photographers - Dialogue Photography | Livi. November, 2015
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