Photo Crush: Elizabeth Anne Studios
February 18, 2016
“Quite frankly, I love… love.”
The oh-so-alented Elizabeth from Elizabeth Anne Studios is this week’s #PhotoCrush!
Whether she is capturing your wedding day or other special life moments, Elizabeth from Elizabeth Anne Studios delights in freezing those intimate moments in time for you and your loved ones to look back on for years to come. Her enchanting portraits and weddings show her devotion towards her clients.
Get a peek behind the lens of our photo crush the wonderful Elizabeth from Elizabeth Anne Studios!
How many weddings have you shot and how long have you been in business?
It might come surprising to some, but I have actually only photographed 20 weddings in my career so far. I took some time off and focused on my other full time job for a couple years before realizing how much I missed it and that it was my true passion in life. I only seriously dove into the wedding industry and started Elizabeth Anne Studios in 2014.
How would you describe your photography style? (e.g. traditional, photo journalistic, creative)
I would describe my style as innovative without jeopardizing authenticity. My work has also been best described as honest and nostalgic. I want people to look at my work and feel something. If my images can evoke genuine emotion in an artistic way then I have done my job.
What type of equipment do you use?
I started with Canon and continued to advance with it over the years so right now my main body that I shoot with is a Canon 5D Mark iii and I have a Canon 6D that I use as a backup. My favorite lens ever is my 35 mm 1.4 wide angle followed by my 50 mm 1.2. I also use a 70-200 for ceremonies mostly and sometimes will pull out my 85 mm. I only use flash when absolutely necessary in very low light situations but when I do, I use a 600EX-RT Flash for canon.
Do you shoot in digital or film format or both?
I shoot mostly digital right now but got my first film camera, a Mamiya 645, about a year ago and have been dabbling in it ever since and hopefully this year would like to start incorporating both into my work.
We are sad to see Elizabeth from Elizabeth Anne Studios leave Pittsburgh behind in March, but know how much joy she will bring joy to all of those lucky enough to work with her in Seattle, WA. Good luck Elizabeth on your new journey!
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Check her out on her website: http://www.elizabethannestudios.com.
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