Mark Covall, who has a passion for photographing weddings, has a new hobby.
He’s taking baby photos of couples, families and family members at his Tampa wedding photography studio.
He says it’s about showing people “a side of life they may never have been able to see.”
Cottell said he and his wife, Melissa, decided to do the first wedding photo they ever did at their home in October, and they didn’t plan to do it again.
“We’re a big, happy couple, so we were excited,” he said.
Covill said it was important to get the images into people’s hands. “
I think it’s just that people see you and you’re very honest and honest with them, and people are open to seeing the other side.”
Covill said it was important to get the images into people’s hands.
“You’re trying to convey something about the person you’re photographing and what you’re about, and so I wanted to capture that,” he added.
“I just thought, ‘OK, this is a really good way to do that’.” The couple say the photographs show them at their best.
“They’re happy, relaxed and smiling,” Cottill said.
“They’re very happy.
They’re happy to be there.”
The couple says they hope the photographs make people feel like they’re part of a larger picture.
Cottell has a knack for capturing wedding photos, and the couple say he’s also got a special skill for capturing people in a very special way.
Melissa Cottrill said she was “blown away” by how happy they were and that she had a hard time getting her mind off the ceremony.
She said: “We were really nervous.
We had no idea what we were doing.”
Cotta Photography is open Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 6.30pm and Saturdays and Sundays from 9.30 am to 6pm. “
It made us feel like we were part of the group.”
Cotta Photography is open Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 6.30pm and Saturdays and Sundays from 9.30 am to 6pm.
The couple says their new hobby is a big part of why they wanted to make the wedding photography project a success.
They are looking for “truly special people” to take part in the project.
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