I hear this more and more. Brides wish they spent more money on their wedding photographer. As they look back at their wedding photos they notice the blurriness, the lack of color, the absence of creativity and most importantly the missed moments. It’s a story thats more common than you realize. Thats why it’s so important to me that when given an opportunity to give a former bride some amazing “make up” wedding images I hop on the chance.Read More
You’ll be hard pressed to find two people more perfect for each other and more genuine. It was so inspiring to watch these two not let the moment of getting married clam them up. If anything, it allowed them to be completely comfortable and just be them. Dream clients! This wedding was different in so many ways from my normal wedding. This was an intimate setting, it was a wedding where capturing real candid moments was king. No stuffy posing, just real, honest, people in love who wanted something super fun and real. We started at a salon, but by the end of the day we hit up a local drama theater, local pub and a great park venue.Read More
Having a perfect wedding day timeline is crucial to having a smooth running wedding. Are you wanting to have a carefree wedding day? Then let’s get to it!
Step #1) Pick a venue that you are IN LOVE WITH so you don’t have to travel to take great photos!
There are a lot of venues, hundreds in your local area. They might range from the super fancy to the small and cute cottages. Not putting off your venue search will help TONS with getting the timeline and photos you want. Otherwise, you’ll settle for a venue that you’re not in love with and time will get eaten up driving to locations. Find a venue and find it early.Read More
It was just days before NWI (Northwest Indiana) was going to reach temperatures that would make it colder, if only for 3 days, then Mount Everest. You read that right, NWI was colder than Mount Everest. At least for this day it was cold but not record breaking cold. I start every wedding the same, I arrive early and start working on the details. I use to hate shooting details. Now, they’re some of my most anticipated photos. I love them! After I connected with Emily I grabbed the wedding rings and began to shoot them as they were people themselves.Read More