Hey, I’m Liz!
The most important part of what I do is telling your love story on your special day. I don’t just show up to your ceremony. I want to know the you beyond the camera so the photos I deliver are keepsakes that’ll be with you for decades. Your love story is the best inspiration for photos that last for decades.
Tips and Tricks
I haven’t done a 4th of July in Nashville in so long!! Usually I’m down on Broadway fighting the crowds but this year we did something a little different. I had so much fun hang out with my boyfriend and his family in Nashville and watching the fireworks from the Woodstreet Bridge was way less chaotic than being on Broadway. Check out the photos of us hanging out and my first attempt at shooting fireworks below.
I just wanted a cute photo of us together but of course I got a silly face. Luckily he laughed right after that and we were able to get a good one.
I always forget how much I love being in Nashville and photographing the skyline. Nashville is a crazy busy place but I love the chaos most days.
So exciting getting to see the General Jackson docking for the fireworks. Fun fact! I used to work for one of the photography companies that takes photos on board the General Jackson!
Photographing the fireworks was so much fun but definitely a challenge. The humidity and breeze made the show a little harder to see this year but it was still a great show!
This is the finalie of the fourth of July show. You can see how smoky it got that night. It was kind of interesting to only really see the flashes of light and not really the fireworks. I brought the sound down a little so don’t worry about being bombarded by loud explosions if you decide to watch it with the sound a little too loud lol. I definitely want to practice more with photographing fireworks. I’m not sure where I’ll be for New Years but will definitely be practicing then for the big show. Where did you spend the fourth of July this year??