This 2017 wedding season is going to be one that very rarely has us close to home, so we couldn’t have been happier to find ourselves shooting a South Jersey wedding this past weekend in Millville, NJ. Tessa and Richmond tied the knot this past Saturday and celebrated with family and friends at the Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center. It rained all day long, but that didn’t keep the two of them from having the amazing and fun day that they had planned. Being that Tessa works at Wheaton Arts, we wanted to capture some creative and artistic shots from all around the property. Being that it was pouring down rain for most of the time we had for portraits of the two of them, we decided to toss the umbrellas aside and have fun with it. You can hardly even tell that it was raining in all of these outdoor shots, and rather than taking the typical backlit off-camera flash rain shot, we tried something new and incorporated the rainy weather into a double exposure that you’ll see below. It was an all around great day and couldn’t be happier for Tessa and Richmond, congrats again you two! Thank you for invited us to be part of your day.
Sandi and I shot the majority of this wedding with the Canon 5DMarkIV’s along with a small handful of lenses. Most of the bride and groom portraits were captured on the Leica M10, along with a few shots with the 5DMarkIV and the 24mm Tilt-shift lens. As far as lighting goes, we mixed in some off-camera flash during portraits but went completely on-camera for the reception.