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.
Silcox Hut, Timberline Lodge
“We’ve been together for 8 years and we’re extremely excited that we can now officially get married.” This was our initial email from Casey when he inquired about his wedding a few months ago.
Blue Hour Portland Wedding
The Blue Hour restaurant is a classic, a true Portland institution. Adrian and Sarah couldn’t have chose a better spot to host their glamorous, stylish and utterly sophisticated wedding.
Elder Hall Wedding
When Andy and Catherine asked us to be their photographers and Lindsay to officiate, they had one caveat…don’t tell anyone. These two planned a surprise wedding for their immediate family and until the wedding date, we were literally the only other two people who knew about it. Having that kind of secret up our sleeves made for an even greater bond between the four of us, and we couldn’t wait to be a part of a truly special wedding day for them.
Irving Street Kitchen, Portland, Oregon
Linda and Sommer were hands down two of the most generous people we worked with all year. They were gracious, warm and so easy to talk to…every step of the way.
Vista Hills Vineyard Wedding
Kyle and Vivian flew up from the bay area for both their Pearl District engagement session and Vista Hills Vineyard wedding with us.
We loved everything from Michael and Meredith’s enthusiasm for the day to the unique details that made up their day to their first dance song, which was a Bob Marley classic performed by two of their close friends.