I had a great time photographing Amy and Jeffry’s wedding.
It was the first time I shot at St. Anne’s in Mt. Lebanon and I liked the church very much. It was built in the early 1960’s in a modern style that I usually find cold and unattractive. Not so, here. The area around the altar is very spacious, and the decor is bold and graphic.
The way the light entered from the high windows in the nave provided some nice illumination as Amy’s dad walked her down the aisle.
For those keeping score at home, I added to the natural light by aiming my flash towards the wall to my right. The wall was of a neutral color so it didn’t color the light as it reflected off of it. I think the results are much more attractive than direct flash.