Today, in lieu of Valentine’s Day, I am going to share some lovey-dovey images from a Beloved session I did a few weeks ago.
But first? A little bit more about the Beloved experience.
That may sound hokey to some – an “experience” – what does that even mean, right? See, I have been photographing professionally for almost 3 years now. And, while I’ve always loved it, I felt like there was something else that could be done – another step that could be taken – as far as what my clients benefited from the session. Sure, quality, professional images are great – but I wanted there to be something else, too. Something more meaningful.
A few months ago I had the privilege to shoot my first ever Beloved session for some good friends of mine, Aaron and Samantha. It was an exciting beginning for me – coming back and doing a session with a couple right around their 1 year wedding anniversary, after I shot their wedding last year.
You’re probably thinking to yourself, “What in the world is a Beloved session? I’ve never heard of that before!” Well, that’s because it’s a relatively new thing. A photographer named Jesh De Rox pioneered the concept, which has become a pretty significant movement within the photography industry.
There’s a lot that could be said about it, but I’ll put it in a nutshell for you.