Posts tagged “murfreesboro

Motorcycle Shoot

I recently met up with John of to shoot his new motorcycle. I was excited about this shoot, and had a lot of ideas in my head. I got several that I planned and several that were not planned. We met downtown Murfreesboro for some dark urban photos. Here is a sample of what we got:

Want shots of your bike or car? Send me an email – m_macgregor[at]comcast[dot]net

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Tim and Paige – Portrait Session

I had the pleasure of meeting Tim and Paige last week at their beautiful home. After a great time shooting there, we headed out to Arringtion Vineyards to finish up. It was a great evening, with lots of great photos and lots of great wine!

If you are in the Nashville area and are looking for a fun filled, on-location portrait session – send me an email! I would love to hear from you!

Thanks for looking!

Avi and Carrie – Engagement Session

Still catching up! A Couple weeks ago I met up with Avi and Carrie, who are newly engaged, for some engagement photos. We met at Cannonsburgh Village in Murfreesboro, and then walked along the Murfreesboro Greenway.

Congrats to Avi and Carrie!

Looking for engagement photos in the Middle Tennessee area? Shoot me an email!

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Baby Delia

I’ve got a lot of catch up posts to put together. If your following me on facebook, you’ll already have seen most of these. If not, enjoy them here!

This is a newborn shoot I did in April.

Meet baby Delia:

A Hawk! No wait, a Sunset!

So the family and I were riding home after a competitive game of disc golf at a local park, when I glanced at a field we were passing and I noticed a very large Red Tailed Hawk sitting on a hay bale.

We turned around, and I thought I would get out of the car down the road some and walk to a tree line to see if I could get a shot of the hawk. Well, we stopped a little closer than I wanted and as soon as I made it to the edge of the road, the hawk flew away. I believe he was watching me as soon as the car stopped! I continued on to the tree line to see if could find where he flew to but I saw him soaring far away.

By now, 10-15 minutes had passed and, as I began to head back to the car (where my wife and kids were waiting), I noticed the sky was really taking shape to produce a nice sunset. I convinced them we needed to stay a few more minutes, and this is the result:

I had to get one more as we drove away!

Even got a couple of the family: