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Honeymoon | Part One | Aaron Mallory Photography

(In Bethany’s words) To say our honeymoon started off with a bang would be the understatement of the year! But I’m getting ahead of myself… If you haven’t gotten a chance to see our beautiful wedding photos yet, you can see a preview of them HERE (taken by our dear friends- the super talented Michael and […]

November 10, 2014

2014, Aaron Mallory Photography, Adventure, Canon, Digital, Everyday, Film, Love

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Rochele + Jon | Staunton Wedding Photographer | Aaron Mallory Photography

The Frontier Culture Museum gave us the most beautiful fall backdrop for Rochele + Jon’s wedding. When we got to the house where the bride and her bridesmaids were getting ready our jaws hit the floor- it was a stunning home with the biggest windows we’d ever seen… a photographer’s dream.  Rochele looked gorgeous and her […]

November 3, 2014

2014, Aaron Mallory Photography, Canon, Couples, Digital, Film, Love, Portrait, Rustic, Staunton, Virginia, Wedding

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Ben | Senior | Aaron Mallory Photography

Most of the time when we show up to a photo shoot, we are meeting our clients for the very first time.  But every now and then we get to shoot our friends and that is FUN! (okay, that sounds bad… but you know what I mean!)  Ben is a great friend, an awesome athlete, […]

October 31, 2014

2014, Aaron Mallory Photography, Adventure, Canon, Crozet, Digital, Everyday, Film, Portrait, Rustic, Senior, Virginia

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Lake Erie | Everyday | Aaron Mallory Photography

When we were in Ohio earlier this summer, Bethany and I got to hang out with her youngest sister, Rachel, and her boyfriend Ryan. We had a blast hanging out with them- double dates all day long!! One evening we got to sneak down to the beach (on Lake Erie) right at sunset to explore […]

August 18, 2014

2014, Aaron Mallory Photography, Adventure, Beach, Couples, Digital, Film, Ohio

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Film.

I love film. To me, film has a soul that digital physically cannot capture.When shooting digital, a computer is trying to read color and light (among other things) and produce a digital file.When shooting film, it is a literal chemical reaction that happens between the light, color, and film. The deeper I go and the more knowledgeable I […]

January 29, 2014

Aaron Mallory Photography, Adventure, Canon, Everyday, Film, Roanoke

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Meredith | Everyday

Thanks Meredith for being a willing subject!! Aaron.

January 23, 2014

Aaron Mallory Photography, Canon, Digital, Everyday, Film, Portrait, Waynesboro

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