For the final project in our Weddings Module taught by Moshe Zusman at Boston University’s Center for Digital Imaging Arts, we photographed a bride and groom (Paul and Kim) in their wedding attire and got a little extra help from Molly and Brandon who filled in as the bridal party. Paul and Kim have actually been married for three years, but since it rained on their real wedding day they were more than happy to volunteer as our bride and groom! Here are some of my favorites from the day.
The beautiful bride…
It was a really cold day, so instead of dealing with the unpleasant weather, we decided to visit the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. Not only was it visually pleasing, but it had several very large rooms with huge windows and gorgeous natural light. The staff there allowed us to spend as much time as we needed and had no concerns with the off camera lighting set up, which allowed us to get a little more creative at times. Needless to say, it turned out to be the perfect spot for our wedding photoshoot and we were all thankful to be doing it while staying warm!
Of course we couldn’t resist a Marilyn Monroe pose!
The handsome groom…
The ceilings at the museum were so beautiful, I had to pull back and get some nice wide angle shots and I love how they turned out!
And to finish off the day, we ended with a nice group shot of the whole wedding party.