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  • Well, hello! Welcome to the Tyler + Lindsey blog! We are a photography and cinematography, husband and wife team specializing in weddings and based in Dallas, TX. We hope you take some time to look around and get to know us while you're here! We love to travel, and we think we have found the world's cuttest dog: Banjo the beagle. We also love meeting new people, so we'd be delighted for you to get in touch! We hope you enjoy your time!

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Leksi // Bridal Session at Marie Gabrielle // Dallas TX

We’re so excited to get to finally get to share Leksi’s beautiful bridals!  She seriously rocked her dress, and the whole session for that matter!  And their wedding venue, the Marie Gabrielle, provided a flawless backdrop for these garden-themed, sun-kissed portraits. Are you ready? I don’t think you’re ready.. Ok, here it comes. BAM! Isn’t she just gorgeous?! IREAD MORE

Leksi + Thomas // Same Day Edit

It’s our first same day edit post!  In case you’re wondering what in the world that is, a same day edit is a video that our team creates during the day to show at the end of the reception.  Sounds crazy, right?  We get asked all the time how we do it so fast!  Hint: we’re ninjas! ;)  Well we absolutely love them, and they’re a great way to surprise your guests and end withREAD MORE

Lauren + Brad // Wedding Film

A year ago today some of our close friends, Lauren and Brad, got married at The Orchard in Azle, TX.  Brad and I (Tyler) went to UNT together back in the day, where we made some great memories creating news packages over random topics and having arguably more fun that should’ve been allowed in our Spanish class!  So of course we so honored and excited when they asked if we could film theirREAD MORE

Amanda + Greg // 6.14.2014

Amanda and Greg had a sweet, summer ceremony at the Dallas Arboretum this past June, and we loved being a part of it! Have we mentioned how much we love these types of intimate “I Do’s”? Afterwards, we braved the Texas heat (while finding that it’s never a good idea to shoot in the summer, in Texas, with no cloud cover!) for some post-wedding portraits, which are the bestREAD MORE