When it comes to Kentucky wedding photography there is more to consider than just your wedding day photos. There are other wedding photo sessions you may want to consider that can help take a lot of stress away on the wedding day. Having to make sure you are always photo ready can just add to the anxiety. Here are three additional photo sessions you will want to consider.Read More
Rain on your Kentucky wedding day is one of the biggest fears of many soon to be couples but you don't have to let a little rain get in the way of taking unforgettable photos. The rain can actually add a beautiful and romantic element to your images. Here are three things to keep in mind if the rain clouds happen to roll in on your big day…Read More
There are a lot of different expenses to consider when planning your wedding day, your photography being one of your larger expenses. However, the reality is that out of everything you’ll be spending money on, how many of them will you still be able to look back on and use years from now? Your photos are the only item…Read More
Many couples make the decision to hire a friend or family member to capture their wedding and while this may help with costs, it can end up being one of their biggest regrets.
Your friends and family naturally have the best intentions when offering to shoot your wedding but having the latest camera is not enough to take amazing photos. Wedding photographers have experience, creativity, and technical expertise, something that takes years to build up.
If you’re considering hiring a non-professional photographer, these are some the risks that you should be aware of…Read More
There are plenty of photos you have probably considered taking on your Kentucky wedding day. From getting ready, the ceremony to pictures with your family (and of course with the groom) but what about the ladies that have helped throughout the entire wedding planning process? While you know you'll have some time to take group shots of the entire bridal party, you’ll want to make sure you have these photos with your bridesmaids as you get ready on your big day…Read More
Engagement sessions are an ideal way for you to see how well you and your photographer will work together. They are also great for you and your soon-to-be spouse to practice your poses for your wedding day portraits. But where should you schedule your engagement session? While you can ask your photographer for some insight on where they suggest, consider these tips to help you choose a location that has significance and meaning to you and your love…Read More
Trust is the number one ingredient to any relationship and this is equally as true for the relationship you have with your Kentucky wedding photographer. There's a reason you chose someone to capture the most important day of your life. While you may have a vision of how you want your images to turn out, for the most part you are going to put a lot of trust in your photographer. Trusting your wedding photographer a little more in these main areas will not only result in the best images possible for you to remember your wedding day but will also relieve you of some stress…Read More