I’m just going to go ahead and say it; this was an absolutely amazing session! I think it lasted almost 4 hours but we just seemed to keep coming up with cool ideas. I think I really love the idea of starting in the evening and shooting into the dark. It just gives photos a whole different feel to them. I can’t wait for Kelsey and Nate’s wedding, were we are no doubt going to get some more amazing photos.
Before I attempt to catch up on blogging some of my other work, I wanted to blog my latest winter wedding. Was it cold? Yes. Does it get dark early? Yes. Did the wedding party tough it out? Yes. These days, the snow and cold certainly isn’t exclusive to the midwest, but I love shooting winter weddings. They aren’t as common, but thats what makes them unique.
Merry Christmas everyone!
The game has officially been stepped up thanks to Mike Stone.
Last night I had the absolute honor of capturing two people beginning the next chapter of their lives together. Over the last month or so, Mike and I have been coordinating (mostly Mike) how exactly this was going to happen. They went to dinner at the St. Paul Hotel while I was over at the skating rink in Rice Park getting things ready. I got the 5 minute warning via text message from Mike to let me know they were coming. So I rolled out the red carpet, literally, and put the ring out at the end of it and tried to be as inconspicuous as possible. They stepped out on the ice and Glenna knew right away what was going on. It was so much fun and it couldn’t have gone more smoothly. This was the perfect way to begin the holiday season.