Way excited to be sharing this set of pictures.
It was the perfect storm of awesomeness that all came together for an awesome shoot.
We took pictures for a couple hours then took a 30-40 minute break to wait for the moment when we knew that the christmas lights would come on. We were not disapointed.
I knew they were great when I was taking them and I knew she was cold and we had plenty of pictures so this flurry of pictures at the end only lasted a few minutes while the lights were on and then we were done.
Some long exposure shots just to play around (above)
And my take on the classic window shots (below)
Oh Christmas tree
Funny Story. It was so windy she actually lost the veil and it flew high into a tree… it took us 5-10 minutes to get it down. We pinned it in later.
Our locations outside were determined by where the wind was less and where the ground was cleaner
Lighting determines posing sometimes.
The dress was a star and I treated it with photographic respect
The bride was a star… she was a natural… she did her thing and let me spend more time and mental effort in doing my thing.