My Dad has always stated, “No one gets any sense about them until they turn 30!” Well, 30 was five years ago, and I am
You can get married on stormy days and still have your images turn out beautifully! In the last week of August, I was contacted by
I rarely get to photograph an elopement that is what I would call a “true elopement.” To me, a true elopement is when the couple
The wind has been blowing incessantly all day and with it, I can feel a change. September is a transitional month where the embers of
I have an announcement, a very big one! Sabrina L. Greene Photography officially has a studio! You may have seen some studio-style images pop up
Do you remember when the dust storm from the Saharan Desert covered western North Carolina in June? It wasn’t as massive as what Africa experienced
Even though the Coronavirus pandemic changed their plans for their wedding Andrea & Oscar still decided to get married. Originally, they had planned to get
The past couple of months have been difficult due to the COVID-19 restrictions not just for me but for everyone. Originally, I assumed I would
Family photography is important but do we document our families enough? What if you lost those images like I have?
The poem “Echoes” by Glenda Barret reminded me of a gorgeous Blue Ridge Moutain Top Wedding I had the pleasure of photographing last year. Here I read the poem through the context of marriage and love of the mountains. Along with sharing the images that echo in my mind from this sweet couple Leah and Joe.