Low-light weddings provide a unique opportunity that we are always up for. While it may seem daunting, it can create a romantic and intimate feel that other lighting situations can’t. Low-light weddings are often in darker churches but can also be in more unique settings like nightclubs, theaters or just outdoor venues at night. Whatever your venue and lighting, we are more than ready and in fact, very excited about the challenge! Take a look at some examples of these unique circumstances in which we photographed in little to no light at all.
Blake & Jody
It was our first time shooting a Salem Convention Center wedding and let’s just say, it exceeded every expectation.
Derrick & Lauren
Derrick and Lauren are incredibly busy med students and resident physicians so when it came to planning their Sentinel Hotel wedding, they did what every busy couple should absolutely do (and in this order)…book their dream venue, find a photographer they love and hire a stellar team to make it all happen.
Casey & Mike
If you were Mike and Casey you…chose to tie the knot at MadArt Studio in South Lake Union, Seattle for it’s urban and artistic setting, and proximity to those you love most.
Exchange Ballroom Wedding
Alex and Anthony’s Exchange Ballroom wedding was right at the start of wedding season this year and we really couldn’t ask for a better way to kick things off. These two have energy that is just…electric.
Tiato Restaurant, Santa Monica, CA
Brandon and Win’s sweet and intimate ceremony in Tiato’s gorgeous enclosed garden was both endearing and light hearted. You can probably tell from the first dozen photos in this blog post, that these two don’t take themselves or each other too seriously
Council Crest, Elder Hall Wedding
Emily and Kyle chose Council Crest park for their wedding ceremony. This beautiful, hill top location overlooks Portland and offers views of our area’s mountains that are unparalleled. Kyle is an arborist and Emily is a true PNW gal so it was really important for them to exchange vows amongst the trees and natural beauty of Oregon.