I want to introduce you to the gorgeous Becca Rillo and her husband Kyle (who’s not that bad looking either). Becca is actually a photographer herself, and has been doing some pretty incredible stylized shoots of late. You can check out one of my favorites of her recent sessions here. When I put the call out for volunteers to show off my boat she was quick to respond and seemed like the best choice for what I was going for. Looking back I don’t think I could have made a better choice. Thanks both of you for coming out and looking fabulous!
This session was simple, easy, and almost spur of the moment to shoot. But the idea, and the photos have been mulling in my head for a lot of months. Earlier this year the idea to do some photos with a row boat in different settings popped into my head. It was a larger than expected ordeal (see rowboat ordeal here) to actually find the ideal row boat and procure it. But that done, I was finally able to materialize my vision! The result was better than I could have hoped for! I think these are some of my favorite photos ever!
I will be doing a limited number of sessions with the boat, so if you are interested in some really unique and surreal images let me know. I have some awesome ideas and settings I want to incorporate and am up for Love Shoots, Engagements Sessions, Post Wedding Sessions, or incorporating the boat into some wedding portraits with a full bridal party. If you’re already booked with me for your wedding, engagement session, or post wedding session let me know and we can talk through the idea to see if it’s a fit for you. Or if you want to book a specific concept session let me know ASAP before I use up all the concepts.
Great ideas for locations, or concepts with the boat are welcome in the comments section of this post! Don’t hesitate to share, and I would love to hear your feedback on these!
Finally, a huge shout out to Taylor for coming along to come help haul the boat around for the shoot!