Erin Reas Creates


Blog for graphic designer + photographer, Erin Reas. Based in Austin, TX, Erin shares stories from photoshoots, case studies on design projects, and tips and tricks for either profession!

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Lira Wedding | St. Edward's University Ceremony + Texas Old Town Reception | June Wedding

Brittany and Mario met during their freshman year at St. Edward’s University. They met in class and, well, that’s how it all started. The two got married on June 1, 2019 at St. Edward’s University. The ceremony took place at the lovely Our Lady Queen of Peace chapel and the reception was at Texas Old Town’s Tejas Hall.

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Carolina A. | St. Edward's University | Class of 2019

Champagne pops are a favorite photo op for grads, and Carolina definitely took part in it! We even made use of the leftover champagne for drinking in the bluebonnets. We ended her session at Jo’s coffee because she spends a lot of time there. drinking Topo-Chico. That’s one of my favorite parts about a grad shoot - going to the places that’s important to my clients to truly photograph them,

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Marcia R. | Seaholm District Portraits | Austin, TX

One Sunday morning, we met up at the Seaholm area to explore and shoot. Seaholm is a newly renovated area with shops and restaurants near the old Seaholm power plant. I always love when I get to go out and shoot with a friend just for fun because we get to try new things without the stress of messing up on a client.

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The Light and Dark Sides of Earth, Air, Water, and Fire | Conceptual Group Shoot

The week before our shoot date three models dropped out. I was in a panic of stress that week. We were scrambling trying to find models to portray the all the elements because if we didn't have the correct number of models, the concept will fail. Members of the team messaged out friends and other contacts to see if anyone would be available to model in this shoot. Luckily, we were able to find all our models by the morning of. Our last model actually jumped on board 12 hours before our shoot time.

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