Erin Winter Photography now serves the DMV area, focusing on joyfully documenting the celebration of love for couples in Virginia, Washington DC, and Maryland. Erin beautifully captures a wedding day’s curated details, tearful vows, joyful dances and more.
A wedding day involves detailed and meticulous planning that comes to fruition in a moment of bliss where couples and their families begin a new journey together. Guests toast champagne, laugh, and dance, celebrating a couple’s proclamation of love for one another.
While the memories of their wedding day will forever hold a special place in their hearts, Erin Winter, a Virginia Wedding Photographer, skillfully captures a couple’s love story. From the carefully curated details to the poignant moments like the first dance and the heartfelt tears as the bride walks down the aisle, the photographer preserves the vows of a lifelong commitment, etching these precious moments in time for the couple to cherish.
In a significant development, the photographer has recently relocated from Colorado to the DMV area and now serves couples in Virginia, DC, and Maryland, with availability to travel. The strategic relocation offers couples access to a versatile array of picturesque backdrops, from historic urban settings to scenic natural landscapes, enriching their options for photoshoots.
As a DMV Wedding Photographer, Erin focuses on joyfully documenting couples’ legacy of love through colorful, chic, and timeless images. The process begins after the engagement, where couples can chat with Erin about their upcoming wedding day to receive an investment proposal and contract for them to review.
Upon confirming their wedding date, Erin Winter Photography encourages clients to consider adding an optional engagement session to their photography collection. These engagement sessions yield a collection of romantic and beautiful images that serve multiple purposes. Not only do they make for ideal material for save-the-date invitations, but they also provide a wonderful opportunity for couples to become comfortable with the photography process, alleviating any potential stress or reservations about being photographed before their big day.
Whether or not couples choose to have an engagement session, the photographer stays in close touch to answer any photography-related questions and concerns. On the wedding date, as the couple focuses on having fun and marrying the partner of their dreams, the photographer works closely with the wedding planner and other vendors, to help the day run as smoothly as possible.
Erin combines editorial and documentary-style photos, capturing joy, love, and unique moments. Within days after the wedding, the couple receives a small gallery of sneak peek photos before the photographer delivers the final online gallery in 8 weeks. She can also assist in designing and purchasing prints, canvases, and heirloom albums.
In addition to wedding photography, Erin Winter specializes in capturing various milestones, holiday events, cherished newborn memories, and other significant life experiences, ensuring that families have a tangible keepsake to revisit and reminisce about their cherished collection of moments.
For family photography, Erin’s approach involves embracing the genuine essence of each family, making every photo session a joyful and memorable experience. Her philosophy is rooted in celebrating families as they are, capturing unique personalities, and eliciting authentic smiles.
Recognizing that every family is distinct, Erin warmly welcomes the opportunity to photograph a client’s chosen family, whether it’s a cherished partner, close friends, or beloved pets. Through her lens, the photographer brings out the beauty of these connections, providing clients with timeless memories to cherish.
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