2015 in Review!

It’s HERE! The end of another year!

I was asked this year, ‘What is the best thing about being a photographer?’

For me, the feedback I get from my clients.  I can’t tell you how many times I have gotten a sweet Facebook message, email, text, phone call, etc. where my client is raving about how their pictures made them feel.  If I make them happy, I know I’ve done my job.

Happiness is contagious.  I strive to capture that in every picture with every couple, newlywed, or family.  When I set out to photograph a couple, I get to know, first and foremost, what makes them smile and laugh.  Laughter relaxes people and in return I get genuinely happy smiles.  Yes, there is always ‘posing’, but knowing how to teach your couple to do it themselves is key!

My favorite pictures are the candid, in-between, ones.  They are the ones where people don’t really know I’m taking their picture and they are just being themselves – their true, beautiful selves.  THEY are creating that wonderful image that they’ll cherish forever.  I just helped them realize they could.  A good photograph shows a subject’s smile, a GREAT photograph tells you how those subjects felt when they smiled.

My goal every day for my photography?

It’s best described by the Great Maya Angelou : “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” 

Photo taken by Elizabeth Nord Photography. 😉

I cannot even begin to pick JUST ONE favorite moment from 2015. 

I met so many new couples and families and you were ALL so wonderful to work with.

Thank you all from the bottom of my heart for such a memorable year. 

I started a posting my favorite images back in 2013. 

Here is 2013 & 2014

And now, here are some of my favorites from 2015!


Happy 2016 to you and your family. 

I pray you all find peace, happiness and ME as your photographer for the new year! 😉


*Elizabeth Greve Photography*


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