Category Archives: Harvest Moon Photography
Visual Story telling starts with the details. This was a big one. A hand written note that was given to the Bride on her wedding day by her fiance. It was read by the bride and shared with her bridesmaids and everyone had tears in their eyes including the photographer. If you would like to see more photos from this wedding please visit this link. The wedding story of Molly & Brady. Married at the Eugene Country Club this August. They chose Jayme & Russ Elsevier of Harvest Moon Photography to be their wedding day story tellers.
During the reception when everyone was enjoying good company and an appetizer or two we asked Scott & Kaitlin if we could have 15 minutes to make a few nice portraits before the sun disappeared behind the Horizon. This photo was made by Jayme Elsevier. To see more visual story telling just click on the photo. We are Jayme & Russ Elsevier of Harvest Moon Photography. Oregon Destination Wedding Photographers based in Eugene. We love what we do check out our blog to see for yourself.
At the recent wedding of Brittany and Matt I brought out the film camera and made a few photos. These two portraits were made using Ektar 100 Color and Tmax 400 B &W Film. It sure was fun getting the images back from the lab. The beauty of film is in it’s look and non immediate gratification. If you want to check out more of our recent wedding work please take a look at our wedding photography blog www.HarvestMoonPhotography.com.
Danny & Michelle married at Sweet Cheeks Winery Eugene Oregon this past Sunday with friends & family present. The weather rainy and cloudy for most the day cleared up right before the ceremony took place at about 630pm. You can see their engagement session by going here and their wedding post by clicking on the photo. We are Russell & Jayme Elsevier a husband & wife wedding photography team. We love photography and we love weddings! Call us at 541-520-6582.
Sometimes you get lucky. I wanted to make a portrait of the bride earlier in the day, but the opportunity didn’t present itself. So I waited till the end of the night. This portrait was made using available light. The christmas tree lights and an overhead can light. I just positioned Summer under the light. Slight posing instructions and asked her to look up to fill in the shadows on her face. I showed her the portrait on the back of the camera she liked it! Said it looked very Shakespearean. Which was very appropriate for her wedding in that it had a literature/bookish theme to it. Summer & Philip married at First Christian Church on Saturday, their reception followed at the Nines.