LET’S TALK ABOUT INDOOR WEDDINGS (again). Remember how a couple weeks ago I posted about dark venues? Well, we’re gonna cover that oooooone more time. M + M are both photographers/videographers themselves, so when we started talking about photography for their wedding — they KNEW what they wanted. M + M knew they loved the warm ambient light of The Baker Building, so they wanted to make sure the natural atmosphere was totally preserved. This meant a little tiny bit of extra grain at some points of the day, since I was shooting at a higher ISO without flash (sorry if this is Greek to ya). BUT, the results were absolutely stunning. If you’re having an indoor wedding, we can talk a bit about your style preference — deciding whether natural light shooting or OCF (off camera flash) is right for your venue/what you and your partner are looking for. I have example galleries, OF COURSE. And sometimes OCF is essential for certain indoor venues. But, sometimes it is feasible to do without it. If your venue’s local to me, I’m always MORE than happy to do an in-person (socially distanced) venue walk-through to help decipher this. Or, if I’m not local, some internet research and a FaceTime with your venue coordinator can do the trick, too! Anything it takes to make sure your wedding & your wedding photos turn out amazing, you know I’ll do.