Taylor Wedding | Greater Gethsemane MB Church

screen-shot-2016-11-28-at-12-12-12-amAlthough I am a great Indianapolis Wedding Photographer, it’s nice to take a break sometimes. I did exactly that this weekend!  I had the opportunity to sit and enjoy my family’s wedding from the back of the church in the sound booth. As an Indianapolis wedding photographer, I find myself constantly moving on my feet for the majority of most wedding days with a focus on the bride and groom. This weekend I got to watch and enjoy from a guests perspective.  It very interesting to see other guests expressions of joy and happiness for the couple, notice different traditional elements, and even watch kids play for longer than two seconds.  I’m so happy for Andre and Heather and congratulate them on their monumental day!  I wish them many years of happiness together as they move forward as one flesh.  Not that they haven’t already seen many years, but let the party continue!   As for this

It very interesting to see other guests expressions of joy and happiness for the couple, notice different traditional elements, and even watch kids play for longer than two seconds. I’m so happy for Andre and Heather and congratulate them on their monumental day! I wish them many years of happiness together as they move forward as one flesh. Not that they haven’t already seen many years, but let the party continue! As for this Indianapolis Wedding Photographer, you know I couldn’t resist taking a few images from my seat, HA!  …and NO I was not in the front row or hanging out in the aisle with my point and shoot, cellphone, or iPad!  That seems to happen a lot lately, but I hope everyone got the shots they were hoping for in the end.  I wonder how many folks will actually post the videos they shot of the unity candle lighting.  Or, will it just fall by the wayside and be lost when that cellphone meets it’s watery grave, lol.  Anyhow, although my pride and joy Nikon D600 and Sigma 70-200mm lens were both in the shop 🙁 I decided to see what I could do with my Nikon D90 and 105mm.  I also used a Sigma 24-70mm for a couple of shots.  Shooting everything in black and white just appealed to me that day,  this is not my normal style, just something a little out of the box for me.  Retouching only consisted of moving a few sliders to bring out some details in the shadows.  Ok, enough commentary.  Show me the images! 🙂

I wonder how many folks will actually post the videos they shot of the unity candle lighting.  Or, will it just fall by the wayside and be lost when that cellphone meets it’s watery grave, lol.  Anyhow, although my pride and joy Nikon D600 and Sigma 70-200mm lens were both in the shop 🙁 I decided to see what I could do with my Nikon D90 and 105mm.  I also used a Sigma 24-70mm for a couple of shots.  Shooting everything in black and white just appealed to me that day,  this is not my normal style, just something a little out of the box for me.  Retouching only consisted of moving a few sliders to bring out some details in the shadows.  Ok, enough commentary.  Show me the images! 🙂

 

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