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Hello, and welcome to the KJ Blog! I'm Katelyn James, and my husband Michael and I are a wedding photography team based in Richmond, Virginia. We hope you grab some coffee (or a diet coke, in my case) and enjoy viewing our latest work, browsing resources for photographers, and getting a little peek into our life!  Read more...

Tag: Engagements

10 Tips for Amazing Outfit Choices

  • Wedding Wednesday

Today is the day I realized that I’ve been blogging a LONG time. This post isn’t original. I’ve actually blogged this same post TWICE already! However, I think it’s time for an updated version! When you’ve been blogging long enough to redo the same posts, I think you can say you’re a pro! I blog for wedding photographers, small business owners AND for my brides!! This post is all about giving my current and future KJ BRIDES some great tips and inspiration for them as they prep for their engagement session outfits!

Doug + Amanda | Engaged

  • A Blacksburg Mountainside Engagement

Last week we were preparing for another Virginia Tech engagement and I knew that I needed to find a location with mountain views!! So naturally, I asked my Instagram friends! (They are the BEST by the way!:) They gave me incredible recommendations and man did they deliver! We started this shoot at Burruss Hall and then headed to the infamous Duck Pond!! Then, we headed to a gorgeous park with hay bails, trails, mountain views and the most perfect location for a sunset!

George + Eleni | Engaged

  • Classic Church Hill Engagement Pictures in Richmond

It seems like I was just sitting with Eleni and her mom at Urban Farmhouse downtown. We talked about their beautiful greek wedding that’s happening next year and all that it will entail! (It’s going to be amazing, friends! I can’t wait!) We also talked about George and how hard he was working in his Residency. We have friends in a similar season of life and I can’t imagine the amount of work that goes into the final years of establishing yourself as a doctor.

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