Wedding Day Magazine Features Charley and Karen

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As a Kentucky and Indiana wedding photographer it’s always a joy when wedding magazines come in the mail. Having my work published is always a great honor and I was excited yesterday when Wedding Day Magazine arrived. Within it’s glossy pages Charley and Karen’s wedding in an apple orchard is currently being featured. This just makes their celebration that much more special.  They got married at the beautiful Huber’s Winery in Southern Indiana. This lovely vineyard wedding took place on a nice Fall day with clouds dramatically looming, but the rain stayed away!  We had a great time wandering through an apple orchard and a vineyard, both conveniently located within just 200 yards of the ceremony site. They made their vows beneath a beautiful arbor with a view of the orchard behind them and surrounded by the vineyard. They looked great in the afternoon light. I just love how you can see the connection they have. Perhaps my favorite image from the day was taken from a high angle looking down on the two of them out in the midst of the vineyard. Of course the setting is amazing, but how they couldn’t seem to take their eyes off of each other made it that much more romantic. I also really enjoyed creating comfortable portraits as they walked down the vineyard rows. At one point Charlie stopped to dip Karen back for a kiss. I chose to compose my image from a distance and from a low angle showing all the grapevines leading to the happy couple. Congratulations Charley and Karen!

You can see some of their Engagement Session we did last Fall Here.

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Cindy

Great pictures, as usual.

Barbara Fischer

These photos are amazing- as are Charley and Karen! They looked so great and happy and it shows in the photos. Can’t wait to see more. Thanks so much for capturing the day.

Rachel and Justin’s Louisville Wedding

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Rachel and Justin’s Louisville wedding ceremony took place downtown at the Cathedral of Assumption. As a Louisville wedding photographer it is always a joy for me to document Cathedral of Assumption weddings. It’s such a romantic setting. I love this gorgeous church building in the heart of the city with it’s towering steeple, massive arches and intricate painting on it’s ceiling. It is certainly one of the most beautiful places to get married anywhere in Kentucky. As they left the Cathedral all of their guests blew bubbles for a picturesque exit. After they tied the knot we jumped in a party bus to take pictures at a park. Then to make the day even better their reception was held at one of the finest historic hotels in the city. The Brown Hotel wedding reception in the Crystal Ballroom looked simply amazing. The Brown is an excellent choice for any stylish wedding and as such it is one of my favorite venues to shoot in. The architecture adds a richness to every photo. I simply love how romantic the image of Rachel being dip by Justin for a kiss among the archways looks. Although, the massive chandeliers are beautiful, one led to a humorous problem during the bouquet toss. If you look carefully, you’ll notice that the bouquet actually landed in the chandelier. Despite that one hitch, the day was amazing. Rachel and Justin had great time with family and friends and a celebration lasted long into the night. It was in honor to photograph the day. Thanks for letting me be a part of one of the most important days of your life. Congratulations Justin and Rachel!
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Alex and Katie’s Louisville Wedding

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Here are just a few photos from Katie and Alex’s wedding. I had so much fun documenting their day. As a Louisville wedding photographer I absolutely love taking couples across the river to shoot with the city skyline. It’s worth the trip just for the pictures, but in this case it was right on the way. The ceremony was at Louisville’s St. Gabriel Catholic Church and the reception was at Kye’s in southern Indiana. Congratulations Alex and Katie! It was an honor to be a part of your day.
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Amanda and Billy’s Louisville Engagement Session

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For Amanda and Billy’s engagement session we were out to get a more rustic look so we headed out into the countryside. It was a hot day, but that did not stop us from having a fun time creating these portraits. Amanda and Billy were quite adventurous as they walked through a field of freshly bailed hay, explored an old barn, leaned against horse fencing, walked a lush green trail, climbed beneath railroad trestles and tried to cool off as they played in a gentle creek. We decided to finish the session making some more urban images in another outfit downtown. Throughout all the adventures Billy and Amanda were affectionate and a bit playful. It was great taking some time to get to know them and as always I enjoyed creating beautiful and comfortable engagement portraits. As much as I enjoy getting to document wedding stories, I also love the slower pace of spending an afternoon with a couple doing an engagement session. Although the wedding day gets the album, often I find that just as many engagement images, if not more, make it up onto the walls of couples’ homes. There’s something about images that just show that you’re in love with each other that can make everyone viewing the picture smile. It is a great personal pleasure when I have had the opportunity to visit the homes of my previous clients and see photos from their wedding and engagement prominently displayed throughout their home. Some images capture moments and document events while others demonstrate realities like the fact that God has blessed you was such an incredible spouse. I hope these images will remind Amanda Billy of their love for one another for years to come.

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Alex and Katie’s Louisville Engagement Session

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Creating sunset engagement photos in Louisville, or anywhere else for that matter, is both fun and a bit of a challenge. I chose to silhouette the couple for this first image just after the sun had set in the midst of the small puddles along the rocky shore of the Ohio River. There are so many options when it comes to creating beautiful Louisville engagement photography and as a Louisville photographer I always enjoy meandering through the city getting to know my clients before their wedding during their engagement session. Alex and Katie are a fun loving couple with excellent taste and playful personalities. We had such a good time together. Their Louisville engagement session had did all. The weather was gorgeous and these two fellow love while attending the University of Louisville together so, of course, we had to show off their Cardinal spirit. They suited up in their U of L red and we made our way to Papa John’s Cardinal stadium to do some pictures down on the 50 yard line. Next we went throughout the campus and the nearby St. James Court to create some other comfortable portraits. We shared a meal together and then crossed over the river to take pictures with the beautiful Louisville city skyline as a backdrop. Even though we had already had such a great session we decided we would try and see if we could get some sunset photos down at the Falls of the Ohio with the reflection in the puddles. Wow, the sunset silhouette in Louisville turned out spectacular. Again, is if the session had not already been filled with enough great images we thought we press our luck and try for one last night shot of the city and just then we were surprised by a fireworks show for the Louisville bats baseball game that started while we were along the water’s edge. After this eventful session I am so looking forward to Katie and Alex’s fast approaching wedding. I will see you two again soon!
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You may want to check out these other comfortable engagement pictures in Louisville.

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