Madison Indiana Photography

“Madison Indiana Weddings”


The one thing I love most about wedding photography is the hunt, and by that I mean not just the traditional family pose and whatnot, but the emotion filled image that doesn’t always come around often in other life events.

And trying to capture these images is like a hunt, you have to stake out the game and then be there when they pass thru the sights this shot my not ever happen again, so you better be ready and have a steady hand. I try my best to nail these images for the clients, I don’t always get them all, but I think I have succeeded enough now to have captured my fair share.

In this image of a wedding that I shot in Madison Indiana the ushers were having quite the time of getting the  aisle runner up and well… running, so the Bridesmaids were really enjoying the show. I  loved this shot because of the wide range of emotion it conveyed, from I am trying to take the high road and not laugh, to snickers and then the all out laugh just sealed the deal !!

These are the money shots and I believe the ones that bring back the best memories of that special day, so when you are shooting that wedding make sure you are on the hunt for these shots and it will be a great boost to your portfolio and the Brides Memory Book !!

Thanks for stopping by and taking a look and click on the image for best viewing !

 

                                                                                                                                                                                          

 

 

 

 

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January 31, 2012 - Posted by | art, image, images, indiana, indiana photographers, life, Madison Indiana, madison indiana photographers, madison indiana photography, madison indiana wedding photographers, photographer, photography, pictures, Senior Portraits, thoughts, weddings, West Street Art Center | , , , , , , ,

2 Comments »

  1. Great candid Bernie! Lots of fun!!!

    Comment by BoJo Photo | January 31, 2012 | Reply

  2. A photo like this draws a response out of the viewer, too, and I couldn’t help but laugh. I have to say I love this because it isn’t staged. I’ve seen too many ridiculous wedding pics lately where the wedding party has their hands flung in the air like slapstick comedy, and everyone is faking a goofy laugh. I don’t know why and where those type of shots originated, but it seems almost rare to find normal shots like this one anymore, that aren’t staged. Good job, Bernie.

    Comment by bbrunophotography | January 31, 2012 | Reply


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