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Lighting

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Lighting

Natural light is always the best and first option, however on your wedding day, there are always so many obstacles that make the use of only natural lighting impossible.  

Image taken with Nikon D850, No flash or lighting. Large windows to the left created dark eyes and threw a shadow on the bride.

Image taken with Nikon D850, No flash or lighting. Large windows to the left created dark eyes and threw a shadow on the bride.

Taken with Nikon D850, and an off camera compact mono-light soft box set up on the opposite side of the window to fill in the shadow area.

Taken with Nikon D850, and an off camera compact mono-light soft box set up on the opposite side of the window to fill in the shadow area.

As your lead photographer, I use my experience with shaping light to reflect the mood of your wedding not just from the look, but the feel.

My team and I use a mixture of lighting techniques during your reception which will have dimmed lights during dinner and even less lighting during the dancing. Camera mounted flashes for some, and well positioned off camera lights that can be wirelessly triggered when selected for the rest. The off camera lighting has a cleaner light making your photos and colors crisp and clear, but the mounted flashes ensure we don’t miss the action when needed too.

As you and your guest dance the night away, we’ll still be there taking pictures and adding some different techniques so that you get a wide range of style. If you’re DJ doesn’t have the lights, we do. From standard flash, to colored gels, and long exposure, the fun you had will be clear to remember.

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