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The Warrick Family

Friday, November 18th, 2011
Welcome to the blog for Cade Bowman Photography! I hope this finds you well! I'm happy you found your way here, and I hope you'll stick around for a little while to see what I've been up to lately. I love to hear your thoughts and meet new people, so feel free to use the comments section under each post or the contact section at the bottom of the page to do so. Enjoy! -Cade

Trey and Tara Beth welcomed Foster Laine into the world a few months ago, and we couldn’t have been more excited about it! So, while we were down in their neck of the woods for “Flannel Fest”, we decided to squeeze in a little family session. We spent an hour or so in the morning together before the grandparents came to whisk Foster away for the weekend. She was such a joy and ease to photograph. They all were, really. The tree in the nursery was handmade by Tara and our good friend, Hope, and it really ties the Pooh theme of the nursery together. I’m looking forward to many more years of shooting this lovely family.

All shot with a Mamiya 645AF and a Mamiya-Sekor “C” 80mm f/1.9 on Fuji Pro 400H and Kodak Portra 800 and developed and scanned by Richard Photo Lab.

The Dressel Family

Thursday, November 17th, 2011

Ron is a photographer, and being such, doesn’t spend a great deal of time on the business side of a lens. That isn’t to stay he isn’t photogenic, more to iterate the fact that in their going-on 9 years of marriage, he and Amie have had very few professional photos made. It goes without saying that I was thrilled to be selected to remedy the aforementioned lack of visual documentation of their ongoing, and still blatantly obvious, love and affection for each other. We shot on two different days in two of the lovely parks that Charlottesville has to offer. We couldn’t have asked for better fall weather. Their beautiful pups even made brief cameos. Thanks, Ron and Amie, for having me take these for you. I hope you treasure them for many happy years to come!

These were all shot with a Mamiya 645AF and a Mamiya-Sekor “C” 80mm f/1.9 or Mamiya 45mm f/2.8 on Kodak Portra 160 and Portra 400 and were developed and scanned by Richard Photo Lab.

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Hal and Katie : Wedding

Friday, October 14th, 2011

Hal and Katie literally tied-the-knot on a beautiful, foggy day at Crest Mountain just outside of Asheville, NC. They opted for a “First Look,” which I always love doing. This one was especially sweet being on the third-floor balcony of the condo where Katie got ready. The balcony overlooks Downtown Asheville and the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains in the distance. “First Looks” are a great way to relieve a little of the stress before you see each other down the aisle, and it means you can get many of your formal photos taken care of before the wedding! The rain held off just long enough to be able to have the ceremony in the planned, outdoor setting, and although the fog clouded the mountain views in the distance, it created a soft, dreamy, romantic feel for the nuptials. Katie looked stunning in her Ieie gown, and Hal was rather dapper with his custom-monogrammed tie. The festivities continued inside the pavilion, and the rest of the reception was a blast of a party! The night was wrapped up with a sparkler exit and a night on the town. I so enjoyed every minute of this day, and I’m really happy I was able to be a part of it. And now, on to the photos!

For anyone who might be curious/interested… This was all shot with a Mamiya 645AF, Canon 1V, and Pentax K1000 on Fuji Pro 400h, Kodak Portra 400, Kodak TMax 400, Kodak Tri-X 400, and Ilford Delta 3200, and developed and scanned by the wonderfully talented people at Richard Photo Lab.

Huge “Thanks” to John Robinson for making the trip with us down to Asheville to second-shoot! I loved having you along, and look forward to being able to do it again sometime.

Venue: Crest Mountain

Dress: Ieie

Bridesmaids Dresses: Cynthia Rowley

Menswear: Jos. A Bank

Hair: All Dolled Up

Makeup: Tia Clements

Flowers: Dianne Reeves

Cake: Heather Dellinger

DJ: Sound Extreme Entertainment

Ceremony Music: Scott Moss

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