A Styled Vintage Wedding Shoot
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I had the opportunity a few months back to help a friend (Megan Hayes) capture the creative energy and emotion of this styled shoot.
The weather cooperated perfectly. The overcast clouds allowed me to shoot without an ND filter on my Zeiss 50mm, giving me a sharp image and great color. This was actually my first shoot with the Panasonic GH3. I knew it would be better than it’s predecessor, the GH2, but I had no idea how much better.
This was definitely a rushed shoot. I literally had only about an hour to shoot and I found myself running all over the place, sitting in mud, and climbing trees in order to get some of the shots I needed.
All in all, it was a blast. It was fun to get out of my car and walk into a beautifully set up environment. I’m pretty sure I had the easiest job of the day. I every place I pointed my camera seemed to offer creative inspiration… it was just one of those days.
When it came time to edit, Megan had already selected the music which really became the backbone of this project in my opinion. (I usually start all my projects by searching for the right music)
I’d definitely be up for doing this again! In the meantime, checkout Megan’s site:
Photographer: Megan Hayes
Shoot Design & Coordination: Tasteful Tatters
Flowers: Recycled Love Story
Cake & Desserts: The Bake Boutique
Makeup: Elegance by Alex
Hair: Lauren Jones
Vintage China: The Vintage Table Co.
Invitations: Details by Jamie Long
Videographer: Larry Chappell
Models: David & Brittany DeVandry
Dress: La Soie Bridal
Music: The Ladder by Andrew Belle
Cameras: Panasonic Lumix GH3 & GH2
Lens: Zeiss 50mm 1.4, Lumix 20mm 1.7
Edited with Adobe Premiere 6.0