Isaiah 40:31- “…but they who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint.”

Waiting has been a common motif in Tyler & Ashley’s relationship. After meeting while on a beach missions trip in the summer of 2009, they remained friends for almost two years before deciding to give the whole “dating” thing a try. And then within a few months of things becoming Facebook official, Ashley felt called to serve on an another missions trip that would take her to 11 countries in as many months.

And so Tyler waited. Before departing, Ashley filled 11 notebooks with a letter for every single day that they were apart, so that even though Skype dates and phone calls were sparse, they were still pursuing each other, still actively dating one another despite the thousands of miles that separate them. And Tyler wrote back to her for every day that she was away, so those notebooks literally serve as a history book of their relationship. Though the months stretched on and on, Tyler never wearied of waiting for Ashley- she was worth every second of it.

Tyler & Ashley, your relationship is such a beautiful testament of God’s faithfulness. Thank you from the bottom of my heart and the tips of my toes for allowing me to be the one to document the first day of the rest of your lives as husband and wife- to say it was an honor feels like an overwhelming understatement. I’m so thankful to call you both friends! Give my love to St. Lucia!

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Tyler is a wedding photographer so he knew from the get-go the benefits of doing a First Look!

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And then there was a piano in a field.

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Congratulations, Mr .& Mrs. Herrinton!!

Details:
Venue- Irvine Eastate
Dress: Patina’s
Florals: DIY
Stationery and reception paper: Tyler Herrinton
Baker: Millers Baker
Deejay: Lauren Bobby

  • Natalie - This wedding is absolutely beautiful! I love the bridal party photographs and all those details! Gorgeous, girl!ReplyCancel

  • Rebekah Hoyt - I love this wedding! It’s so rustic and adorable! This is so beautiful, Abby! That piano in the field?! Dying! Also, I LOVE how your styled their invitation shot – GORGEOUS!! Congratulations Tyler & Ashley!!ReplyCancel

  • Rachel Ziegler - The piano in the field and the bridesmaid dresses are just too awesome :)ReplyCancel

  • Emily - I LOVE the shots with the piano in the field! SO cool! :DReplyCancel

  • Tammie Saunders - These pictures are just splendid! Everything was so stunning that day! Thanks for such great pictures to remember it!ReplyCancel

  • Jean - Gorgeous photos. What a beautiful bride in a splendid setting! Beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • Emilia Jane - LOVE their mismatched dresses! Too prettyReplyCancel

  • Kaitlyn Phipps - Wow Abby! These turned out amazing! I LOVE the sunset pictures. Stunning!ReplyCancel

  • Wendy Wade - I recognize that gazebo in the park! This is Jason’s home town :) And as I was scrolling, my mind went “wow, that TREE…… WOW that PIANO!” Totally awesome.ReplyCancel

  • Lisa Edwards - Love them all!!!! PreciousReplyCancel

  • Lisa Edwards - Love:)ReplyCancel

  • Lane Baldwin - Beautiful work, Abby! I love the Irvine Estate!ReplyCancel

  • Stacie - Congrats to this adorable couple! I do not know them personally but I’ve been looking forward to seeing these photos ever since I saw their engagement session hit the blog. You captured their day beautifully and I love all the details.ReplyCancel

  • Hannah Madera - One word – LOVE! These are amazing Abby! Such a beautiful wedding, and you captured it wonderfully!ReplyCancel

  • ashley goodwin - THOSE PINK DRESSES!!!!!!!!!!!! (the image of them hanging up is to DIE!). And fellow Ashley, also a girl after my own mission trip loving heart! I have a feeling she is a cool girl, that Ashley. ;)ReplyCancel

  • Allison Joy - Gorgeous! Love it! Great job, Abby :)ReplyCancel

  • Rebekah Carter - A piano in a field? Ingenious! Love it!!ReplyCancel

  • katherine - oh my god, was beautiful, im so happy for her, i only saw love in his faces, so liiinda, blessings and hugs from quisqueya la bella, dominican republicReplyCancel

  • Lisa Herrinton - What a gift you have…these pictures are stunning. So many memories and so many special moments captured in these pictures! Thanks for being there.ReplyCancel

  • Ashlyn - Wowwww! I remember the engagement post- all because of their story. :) What am amazing wedding,.. The dresses are beautiful and I LOVE that old piano!! Gorgeous!!ReplyCancel

  • Ashley Herrinton - Oh Abby! We love these so much! Thanks for documenting our special day!ReplyCancel

  • Holly - What an amazing story! Beautiful images :)ReplyCancel

  • Sarah Adams - I remember this sweet couple from their engagement session blog post…Their story is so beautiful. And you did a beautiful job capturing it, Abby :)ReplyCancel

  • Throwback Thursday | Tyler » TylerHerrintonMedia - […] She has been a great friend and mentor over the years, and Ash and I were honored to have her shoot our wedding back in […]ReplyCancel

  • Kristen Duffy - I had the biggest smile on my face the whole time I was looking at these; the dresses, that amazing tree, your introduction of the piano…GORGEOUS. ALL OF IT.ReplyCancel

Well, this was supposed to be the day I blog Tyler & Ashley’s wedding, but BlogStomp keeps crashing every time I import images. Unfortunately it looks like I’m going to have to wait until tomorrow to post the Herrinton wedding- not pleased. This one is definitely worth waiting for though, so check back tomorrow morning, my friends! And thanks for your patience :).

  • Janine A. Enold - Hey Abby!

    I was having that issue too! I downloaded the new update (I think it’s version 2) and now it seems to be working fine! Don’t know if that will help!

    Hope it works again! And by the way I love your work and your blog!

    JanineReplyCancel

  • Jean - I’m sure it will be worth the wait. Beautiful image above!! Love you!ReplyCancel

  • Karen Field - From that photo I can’t wait to see tomorrow’s post. He looks very fashion conscious. She looks utterly delighted! Together they look lovely. MomReplyCancel

I’ve never really been one to embrace change readily- change usually means struggle, and call me crazy, but I don’t like struggling. PASS, the system I use to deliver digital negatives to my clients, first made its debut in 2011, but being the headstrong individual that I was, I first just shrugged it off. My DVDs were getting me by just fine, thank you very much. Well, that’s actually a lie- DVDs were killing my soul, slivers at a time- they took forever to burn, forever to package, and it took me fo-EVAH to get to the post office.

Cue: PASS! I finally decided to give it a try last fall and uploading my images to PASS has quickly become one of my favorite parts of my workflow. With the new updates, the galleries themselves are BEAUTIFUL. So much more of an attractive to way to display my gorgeous brides and handsome grooms than a DVD could ever do. PASS makes it faster for my clients to receive their images- as soon as I’ve uploaded an event, the images are available for viewing, download, and sharing with friends and family. Again, not really something a DVD could ever do without inviting all 150 of your wedding guests over for a viewing party.

But there was still one small thing that felt like PASS was missing- the ability to provide my clients with gorgeous, high-quality prints so that my brides and grooms weren’t having to take their images to (*shudder*) Wal-Mart. The gurus at PASS listened to what we were asking for, and as of this past weekend, I’m SO stoked that my brides and grooms will now be able to order professional lab prints directly within their galleries! Part of the mentality behind PASS is simplifying lives, and because I want it to be EASY for my couples and their families to fill their homes with prints, top-of-the-industry prints are available through PASS at low prices. How low, you ask? This low: 4×6’s- $1.00, 5×7’s- $2.00, and 8×10’s- $4.00. See?! Isn’t that easy?

And the process is simple as well! Here’s an example using William & Meg’s PASS gallery.

The gallery itself before any prints have been ordered- isn’t it pretty?

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To start off, simply select the thumbnail of whichever images you want to order, then click on the icon of a photo at the bottom of the right hand menu.

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Choose however many copies of each size you’d like to order…

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…and when you click “view cart” it shows only the images you’re ordering, along with the size and quantity of prints. I’ve worked with several image ordering systems before, and this is by FAR the easiest one I’ve ever used.

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If you click back over to the gallery as a whole, it denotes which images are already being ordered as prints, so you’re not constantly clicking back over to your shopping cart.

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Easy peasy, lemon squeezy. I believe in prints and I want all of my couples to have their wedding images displayed around their home for years and years to come. Making it easier on them is one of the best ways I can make that happen, so when their children and grandchildren ask to see wedding photos years and year from now, they’re not pulling out this ancient thing called a “dee-vee-dee.”

Happy Wednesday, friends!

  • Natalie - I am really loving the new print offerings as well! :) Excited to see how it works for my clients!ReplyCancel

  • Jessica - So happy to see a positive opinion on this! Great how-to guide as well :)ReplyCancel

  • Rebekah Hoyt - LOVING this new option for PASS – SUCH a great deal for our clients to get prints from the BEST lab!!ReplyCancel

  • Vanessa Chupp - yay!! So excited for this printing feature with PASS! : )ReplyCancel

  • Morgan Leigh - Loved this post & went to check out PASS. As a photographer starting my business, I love that most of it is free! I couldn’t believe that! I do have a question for you…Do you charge any extra to your clients for this online gallery, if you don’t mind me asking? I know most photographers make a lot of their money by selling their images as prints or on a DVD. I just worry that if my clients will upload these images to Facebook or print them through PASS at the great cost, will I lose out on my business? Thank you!!ReplyCancel

    • admin - Hey Morgan! I don’t charge my clients anything extra- the high-resolution files are included in every wedding, engagement and portrait session that I shoot. I’m what you’d call a “shoot & share” photographer- I believe in giving my clients the high-res files off the bat, because that’s what I want when I hire a photographer. Because I charge more up front, I don’t rely on print or file sales. It’s a totally different business model than the “charge a sitting fee, then charge a LOT for files and prints,” but it’s what works for me and I honestly think it’s where the industry is headed in the next few years :).ReplyCancel

  • Eryn Kesler - Thanks for sharing your review and an awesome how to for your clients…you continue to inspire me, girl!ReplyCancel

  • Jean - Sounds like it’s a lot more convenient and easy! Good work, Abby!ReplyCancel

  • Ashlyn - I have a quick question!! I read this and thought you might be able to answer!! PASS sounds amazing and I want to use it so bad!! I am just starting out here and trying to get started right. (Meaning I want to make the right decisions and choose the best options from the get-go! I am obviously going to make mistakes, but I don’t want to change everything in two-five years.) so my question is….are the prints very, very professional? I can’t seem to find a site that allows me to have private galleries with each client and have amazing printing quality. PASS seems to be the best option so far and if their printing is great quality, I’m going to go with it!
    Sorry for my book… I’m young (still in highschool!) and don’t know many people in the photography industry. At least in the area I want to be in. I haven’t commented much before but I’m a regular reader! (I check you, KJ, and J* first thing every morning!) I’m just starting out… Still getting my blog designed, and business aspects straightened out. Thank you for this post… It honestly answered a lot of questions I had about pass :)ReplyCancel

  • Morgan Leigh - Abby, thank you so much for your advice! I used PASS for the first time this past week for an engaged couple. Once I got it up I was OBSESSED with looking at it! I thought the entire thing looked so gorgeous and professional! My couple also loved it! I thought I would just try it out for a while, but I already love it. I also think you’re right in that THIS is the future of the photography industry!!! Thank you so much again!ReplyCancel

  • amanda o'neill - do you happen to know which lab PASS is using for their prints?ReplyCancel

  • Why I Share Freely - Morgan Leigh Photography Blog | Ohio Wedding Photographer - […] one day, I read this blog post Abby Springman of Abby Grace Photography wrote about a thing called PASS. I enjoyed following her […]ReplyCancel

  • Chandra - Hi Abby! Loved loved loved this post :) I am sooo excited to use Pass! I have been using SmugMug & it’s just so-so. I have a quick question – so do you not send your clients anything with their images? No USB or disc anymore? I have a REALLY hard time getting to the Post Office as well! Love your photos & blog! xo!ReplyCancel

  • Wendy - You didn’t mention how GREAT the prints are! I compared the color quality and trueness to other prints of our engagement session and the PASS prints were better. The professional printing lab prints were too warm and the skin tones were off a bit. Thanks Abby and PASS! I was able to order prints for loved ones while on vacation.ReplyCancel

  • For Photographers: My 5 Favorite Software/Programs » Modern International Wedding Photographer - […] 5. PASS- you guys already know I have a crush on this one. PASS has made it almost stupidly easy for me to get images to my clients. Rather than having to make a trip to the post office every time I finished a wedding, engagement or anniversary, and rather than having my clients wait the few days it takes to get a USB drive or DVD delivered, I can now send my couples their images as soon as they’ve finished uploading. This means I’m able to offer same-day delivery for photographs: the day I finish editing, I begin the upload, and once that upload completes, my couples have their images in hand. PASS has been amazing for simplifying, and has honestly become a point of marketing for me! (Read more HERE and HERE). […]ReplyCancel

  • Canvases on PASS! » Modern International Wedding Photographer - […] bring me to PASS! I’ve already written about my crush on this software/app here & here, and today we’re back again with one of their newer updates! PASS recently started […]ReplyCancel

It dawned on me as I was writing yesterday’s Monday Mash-Up post how not only is 2013 flying by, but I’m letting it PASS me by. And that terrified me. I get frustrated when I hear things like “I just can’t wait for it to be spring” in January because it feels like someone’s wishing away months of their lives at a time, but allowing time to rush right past you without taking a moment to pause and enjoy is just as bad.

When I was still working in the corporate world, I’d often hear people say things like “Time passes too quickly here- you sit down at your desk on Monday morning, get to work, and when you pause to look up at the clock, it’s Friday afternoon.” While I definitely didn’t share that sentiment during my time behind a desk, I completely understand it now. And as much as I live for weekends, I have to start enJOYING the days during the week a bit more, rather than just rushing right through everything.

In case you’re wondering where all of this heavy talk is coming from, I know I’m not the only one who cried during The Office series finale when Andy said “I wish there was a way to know you’re IN the ‘good old days’ before you’ve actually left them.” And that’s what I’m realizing- these ARE the good old days, and I feel like I’m letting them pass us by without slowing down to savor the moment. I don’t want to get 5, 10, 15 years down the road and look back on days like this and wonder why Matt and I didn’t recognize them for what they are.

I’ve always had an irrational fear of getting old, and I think this is where it stems from; the fear of reaching the age of 80 and realizing I never appreciated the moment for what it was. When I was 15, I wished I was 17. When I was 19, I wished I was 23. I know when I’m 40, I’ll wish I was 30 again, and on and on. I’m 25 right now and I’m so happy, right where I am. And yet I still find myself wishing away weeks of my life at a time. In April, it was something like “I wish it was June so we could be in England already.” And now that it’s June, I find myself internally saying “I wish it was September so the weather would cool off.” What?! That’s three months from now!

What if, and track with me here, I woke up on Tuesday, June 4th, and told myself that I was happy that today is today, and not any other day, and that today I’m going to make the most out of everything I can, just for this 24-hour period? And tomorrow? I’ll do the same thing. Take time to stop and smell the roses. Or peonies, or lilies, or wildflowers. Take a moment to pause and ENJOY where God has me right at this very minute, instead of rushing onto whatever’s next. One day we’ll hopefully have a family, and as joyful as that will be, I know we’re going to miss the freedom of having a date night whenever we want, of staying up late to watch a Nationals game. There will always be photos to edit, emails to answer and albums to design, but Matt and I won’t always have this time with just the two of us, and I want to enjoy this precious time NOW instead of mourning the loss of it later.

Happy Tuesday, friends. (Photo by my sweet friend Rebekah!) (And in case anyone was wondering, no, this isn’t a precursor to a pregnancy announcement:))

  • Shalese Danielle - I love this. Especially because what Andy said was so TRUE! (And probably one of the most tweeted quotes ever!) I’m always trying to remind myself to CALM DOWN and be present, so I think waking up and telling myself to be “happy that today is today, and not any other day, and that today I’m going to make the most out of everything I can.” Great words :)ReplyCancel

  • Jody Schissler - Abby,
    You are such a joy, so full of life! So yes..take the time to enjoy it..and age ..ah it is all irrelevant..take it from me…Life gets better with age!ReplyCancel

  • Rebekah Hoyt - Wow, Abby! This is such an amazing reminder. I SO needed to hear this! I’m currently counting down the days until my vacation and there is so much life to be lived TODAY and each and every day! This was so beautifully written and such a constantly needed reminder for me – thank you :)ReplyCancel

  • Nicolette - Great reminder for everyone Abby!ReplyCancel

  • Jean - I am so glad to see this post. Just hold on to this thought! You will be fine! As someone not quite 80, I can tell you I never regretted time spent with children and grandchildren! Or for that matter time spent in my sewing room or with my bee buds, even if I was not being productive.ReplyCancel

  • Mia Bjerring - What are great reminder, Abby! Thank you so much, I really needed it today! And I seriously love that photo of you and Matt! You guys are so gorgeous and make the cutest couple! :) Happy Tuesday!ReplyCancel

  • Hannah Madera - I decided I would try commenting every now and again since normally I just read your blog and LOVE it but never say so on here :-p So here it is: I LOVE THIS BLOG POST! Time really does fly by, and life is made of so many different seasons of life.. if we spend our time wishing the season we’re in away, we miss so much! Not only enjoyment and pleasure but also the valuable lessons to be learned in each day. I’ve often found the “interruptions” in my day are really surprise blessings. And by the way the picture at the end of you and Matt is adorable ;)ReplyCancel

  • Kristen - Such a beautiful picture! And you’re so right, enjoy the summer while it’s here! Also…HAHAHAHAAA to that disclaimer :-)ReplyCancel

  • Morgan - I hear you, girl. As much as I want this deployment to be OVER, it’s also a whole YEAR of my life that i’m wishing by. I don’t want to miss all the great things happening right in front of me :/
    You’re AMAZING!ReplyCancel

  • Abby Flick - This post was a little bit like the “Dear Abby” column in the newspapers! :)
    Thanks for the post, though! Definitely something I needed to hear today. I, myself, have one year left of college and WOAH BABY! Time flies, but I’m trying to enjoy every part of my summer.ReplyCancel

  • Dad - Time passes so quickly, it seems like yesterday when you were born and it is still hard to think of you as anything other than my little girl. It is difficult mainly because that is what you will always be in your fathers eyes, his little cherubic child. When I am 85 and you are 55 just remember, you will still be my little girl. Stay young at heart, live each moment for all it is worth and enjoy life.
    (However, at mile 20 of a marathon it is still ok to WISH THIS DANG RACE WAS OVER!)

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  • Emilia Jane - So so true…I’m trying to be more present and enjoy the now this year too :-D xxooReplyCancel

  • ashley link - great post!!! and you and matt are adorable! this is so true to enjoy the moment!!! i need to remember this! thanks for this! :)ReplyCancel

  • Rachel Wells - I am just catching up, and I love this!! I have to remind myself daily to slow down and appreciate today. Oh, and I TOTALLY cried during the whole finale of the office! Andy spoke some wise words ;).ReplyCancel

  • Sarah Adams - That quote from Andy is going to stick with me forever, I hope. I needed that reminder, and this blog post! It reminds me of the movie, Click with Adam Sandler…even though its a bit foul at points, it totally brings the point home that you cannot wish life away!!! Thanks for this reminder, Abby!!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah Adams - P.S. I just LOVE this picture of you and your hubby. You BOTH are glowing, and your love is just so inspiring :) A Christ-like love, for sure! And you are just GORGEOUS!ReplyCancel

Wello hellO there, June! It’s a pleasure to see you again- it’s been what, a year? Crazy how the time passes, isn’t it?

But really, guys. It’s June, and 2013 is almost half way over. How does this happen?! I’m still getting used to writing the date with xx/xx/13 on checks. Before graduation college I remember wondering how I’d ever manage to live a year January-December instead of September-June. I think I’ve finally grasped the January-December thing, but it’s only making time pass more quickly! Seriously, universe- SLOW DOWN.

Enough of the heavy stuff. It’s time to recap the past week with lessons learned/things that transpired:

  • Want to know how to strike fear into the heart of a photographer? Take her to a gorgeous shooting location, allow her to set up the perfect shot, then once she steps back into the tall grass to begin shooting, tell her something like this: “Be careful where you move- you’re surrounded by poison ivy.”
  • Also a good way to freak yourself out- finding a moth entrapped in your strands of pearls while you’re shooting at an outdoor wedding reception. Cue: freakout on the dance floor.
  • We left Lily with Matt’s sister over the weekend (THANK YOU, BECKY!) while we headed down to southwest Virginia for Tyler and Ashley’s wedding, and one of the perks of having Lily stay with Becky is how thrilled our three-year-old nice Evelyn is to have a puppy around for the weekend. It turns out they make quite a team- Becky relayed a thrilling tale to use about how Evelyn woke up from a nap, crept downstairs and let Lily out of the crate, walked outside and was halfway around the corner on her training-wheel-equipped-bicycle before Becky caught up to them. I guess we’l be bringing a combination lock with us next time?

Despite the bugs and potential poison ivy, Saturday was BEAUTIFUL. One more preview before their blog post on Thursday!

Lexington wedding photographer- Abby Grace Photography

Happy Monday!

  • Sabrina - Girl, I’m right there with you with the bugs and poison ivy. I’ve been known to have quite the “dance moves” when it comes to bees or bugs getting too close!
    Love this shot!! Can’t wait to see more :-)ReplyCancel

  • Jean - You were in SW Virginia? Cute story about Lily and Evelyn. Beautiful picture!ReplyCancel

  • Rebekah Hoyt - Congratulations Tyler!!! This is a beautiful sneak peek! I cannot wait to see more, Abby! :)ReplyCancel