For this editorial bridal portraits session, we went to the oh-so-stunning Kimball Art Museum. I love doing fun and creative sessions like these as it helps me to improve as a photographer. I’m able to craft up the perfect styled shoot and experiment with creative freedom that I don’t normally have.
Taking bridal portraits during a wedding is so incredibly important. Stepping aside with the bride and groom to take photos of them as individuals is an important detail to capture. Because while photographing a wedding, it isn’t all about capturing the big moments. It’s about capturing the little details and the in-between moments like these too.
I hope you enjoy some of these editorial bridal portraits I had the honor of capturing!
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Vanessa did our Engagement and Wedding Photos and I cant say enough great things about our experience working with her! She was extremely flexible with us and her packaging as we changed things around because of the pandemic. The day of my entire bridal party loved how gentle, fun and positive she was and the photos she delivered were amazing. It was over 100 degrees on our wedding day and she never complained or looked annoyed with the time we spent outside. She took note on the special moments that were important to me and brought those to life. We love Vanessa and I would encourage anyone to invest in her packages – best money spent!
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