January 29, 2015

Erica + Nick

This was the first wedding I shot where the groom was in uniform. It was an honor to capture the day for them. They were absolutely beautiful together. A lot of couples struggle with the ‘non smiling’ photos.. these two were naturals and made my job extremely easy!

Nick and Erica had their first look at Schiller Park and we went on from there. We were able to get some amazing shots at the park and also in a park just south of The Westin, where their wedding was held. In the evening we stepped out for a few photos in the dark with the city lights.

When you have a December wedding in Ohio, there is a good chance the weather will not cooperate. This was not the case for Erica and Nick, who got married two days after Christmas. Although it was cold leading up to and following the wedding, we actually had pretty decent temperatures and were able to spend a lot of time outside getting some shots around town.

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Barra Freed 06:51 March 23, 2015 Reply
Nice post! It was a huge collection of this wedding and also beautiful clips of these are posted in this post. I really enjoyed it. Nice job from you keep it up.

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