Wedding Photography

I was the wedding photographer of Wilson & Lourdes, who got married in the end of June this year. It was a beautiful day filled with all kinds of exciting wedding-day activities! It was a joy to photograph the anticipation in the pre-ceremony shots, the wedding ceremony, some outdoor photos at a nearby park, and the reception.

The bridal dresses worn by Lourdes and her bridesmaids were absolutely stunning and added an extra touch of elegance to the entire celebration. Lourdes, adorned in a breathtaking gown that exuded timeless charm, looked every bit the radiant bride. The intricate lace details and flowing train of her dress were captured beautifully in the photographs, showcasing the careful craftsmanship that went into creating such a masterpiece.

The bridesmaids’ dresses complemented the overall theme perfectly, with a harmonious blend of colors and styles that added to the visual tapestry of the day. Each dress seemed to reflect the individual personality of the wearer while maintaining a cohesive and enchanting look. The moment when the bridesmaids helped Lourdes with the final adjustments to her gown was truly heartwarming, and I made sure to capture that candid interaction.

Lourdes had found her dream gown at a charming Utah bridal shop, a hidden gem that perfectly catered to her vision. The shop’s expertise in bridal fashion was evident in the exquisite selection of dresses that Lourdes had to choose from. It was evident that her choice was more than just a dress – it was a reflection of her style, the love she shared with Wilson, and the journey they were embarking upon together.

Wedding photographers Portland Maine should take special care to capture the intricate details of the bridal dresses, from the delicate embroidery to the graceful draping. The soft natural light of the pre-ceremony shots highlighted the dresses’ textures and hues, adding an ethereal quality to the photographs. The outdoor photos at the nearby park provided a picturesque backdrop, allowing the dresses to truly shine in the open air.

The bridal dresses, like the entire wedding day, told a beautiful story of love, joy, and cherished moments. They were a testament to the care and attention that Lourdes and Wilson put into every aspect of their celebration, and I felt privileged to capture their journey from the moment Lourdes stepped into that Utah bridal shop to the final dance at the reception.

In the end, the photographs not only captured the elegance of the dresses but also the emotions and memories that Lourdes, Wilson, and their loved ones will treasure for years to come.

Afterward, I was busy editing the photos and posted them to my website within 24 hours. This allowed the couple and their families and friends to see the photographs of their big day. Proofs were ordered and then delivered to the couple. From these proofs, the couple ordered the photographs for their wedding album.

I recently received these final selections from the couple and they picked some great photos to include in their album! The 8″ x 10″ enlargements turned out great, too! I assembled their wedding album and sent it out today. I am sure these photographs will bring back some very happy and special memories of their wedding day and the detailed happenings of their special day.

Here are a few photos from this wedding.



What to Look for in a Wedding Photographer

I just posted an article on my website that attempts to answer this question. Many details have to be worked out prior to your wedding day and choosing a photographer is one of these important details that cannot be left to chance. Knowing what you are looking for and asking the right questions can make this selection easier.

In the article I address critical issues that you should know before selecting a wedding photographer. This is way more important than many people realize and paying attention to these details will go a long way in your satisfaction of your wedding photographs.

Read the article, share with your friends who may be looking for a wedding photographer, and let me know what you think.