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Wiselyn Photography | Bryant Newman is an 3-time international award-winning wedding photographer and international fashion photographer based out of the United States.


When it’s not a “portrait shot” per say.  I may have lost most of you on that opening sentence.  It’s amazing what one can capture when all believe that the camera’s are put away.  This interesting moment was captured at the George Mason Memorial in Washington DC.  We have been back to this beautiful memorial several times throughout the years.  As it’s one of the least visited and you can always seem to find a parking spot just a hundred yards down the road.


We had an amazing time photographing Lauren throughout downtown Charleston.  This year all of our 2012 brides will have the option to upgrade their Signature Wiselyn Bridal Session to an on-location in downtown Charleston, Toronto or Miami during the months of September or October.  Dates are limited. 

I have really enjoyed reflecting back on these moments that I’ve captured of the US Women’s Open.  This is my third and finial entry of a three part series reflecting back on some amazing moments.  My daughter got up real early to make sure I finished this last entry this morning.  As you will see below…  my daughter is a big fan of Paula Creamer.  She has been wearing her pink shirt all week!  I’ve been around a lot of different sports throughout my life.  These women are amazing when it comes to their fans.  My daughter felt like she had 150 additional friends for a whole week.  Always going out of their way to say hello or just giving a small wave of the hand to a 3 year old.  One more thing…  my daughter is currently praying for rain so we can fly out and see the finish on Monday.


Paula Creamer after completing hole #2.  My daughter had no ideal that after this shoot was taken that one of her biggest hero’s was going to give her a signed ball. 

 Priceless.  Madilyn is wearing that very golf shirt today and glued  to the computer tracking this years US Women’s Open.

Annika Sorenstam after just teeing off from hole number 4 at Pine Needles in Southern Pines, NC. 

Natalie Gulbis waiting her turn to tee off at hole number 3 at Pines Needles. 



I was getting ready to take a break from the long morning of shooting and this shot just presented it’s self.  Fresh out of high school… a young Michelle Wie passes in front of the historic Pine Needles hotel in Southern Pines.  This is my second image in my golf series reflecting back on amazing images I’ve captured during the US Women’s Open.



Last day of dance class for the year and all business.


With the start of the US Women’s Open golf tournment just around the corner at the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  I thought it would be cool to post some images that I have captured in the past from the event.

This has to be one of my best shots I’ve ever captured during the US Women’s Open.  This is Ai Miyazato from Japan putting it on the green at hole number two at Pine Needles in Southern Pines, North Carolina.  Ai Miyazato is currently ranked 8th in the world.



Charleston is our favorite destination wedding location.  Timing was everything on this shot as the sailboat just broke the point coming out of the harbor.  The 8ft x 4ft print of this in my studio is amazing!



One of our many classic black and white images taken during my wife’s earlier weddings in Knoxville.  Anybody like to guess where this picture was taken out? 



I live for captured moments that just present themselves!  We had just completed the first half of our portrait session on the University of North Carolina campus when the bride decided to cross paths with my lens.


Right after the ceremony we were able to get away for a one on one portrait session with the bride and groom.


Reflecting | A Moment Found – Miami Wedding Photography

Capturing the bride as she approaches the front of the church before the ceremony.

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