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Kerry & David

Written by Brett on March 1st, 2012 No Comments

Striking. Kerry is a Striking bride. She has a modern beauty that shows through the images. These first few images are from right after her wedding ceremony at St. John Cantius.St. John Cantius Cleveland Wedding PhotographerI’m so thankful Kerry asked me to photographer her and David’s wedding last summer. There was so much story in their day, and we had so much fun crafting the imagery together.St. John Cantius Cleveland Wedding PhotographyFor the above, I took some vintage textures I had and blended them into the image. The contrast against such a lovely bride proved to be one of my favorite wedding images I’ve crafted to date. As a modern cleveland wedding photographer, I embrace risk-taking in crafting my art, and images like this are the pay off.Cleveland Artistic Wedding PhotographerArtistic Cleveland Wedding PhotographerSt. John Cantius Cleveland Wedding PhotographerCleveland St. John Cantius Wedding PhotographerAs I mentioned, Kerry had her wedding at St.John Cantius Church in Cleveland. Wedding Photography at St. John Cantius is such a pleasure, it such a classy and vintage vibe to it. Cleveland St. John Cantius Wedding PhotographerCleveland Wedding Photographer ArtisticI love that Kerry had her florist ( Blooms by Plantscaping – one of our favorite cleveland wedding florists!) create faux-moss covered lettered door covers at the church.St. John Cantius Cleveland Wedding PhotographerKerry and David sharing a private moment before they ran off into their limo.St. John Cantius Cleveland Wedding PhotographerWe love love love LOVE candid and photojournalistic wedding photography around here. Those moments that unveil as they’re happening are priceless and unrepeatable!St. John Cantius Cleveland Wedding PhotographySt. John Cantius Cleveland Wedding PhotographerAlthough we are known for our funky & fun cleveland wedding photography, we still appreciate the value of the elegant image captured right.St. John Cantius Cleveland Wedding PhotographerArtistic Cleveland Wedding PhotographerThe summer sky was georgeously blue that day – but about an hour later a summer storm came around. I’m happy we got in our creative image session prior to the rain!Cleveland Wedding Photographer ArtisticCreative Cleveland Wedding PhotographerModern Cleveland Wedding PhotographerFor our creative wedding photography session, I took the group to some Cleveland photography locations that I have personally scouted and discovered. Cool places that give our wedding photography that unique look, without being overly cliche. Modern Cleveland Wedding PhotographerSo much fun working with the girls here – they were a great group!Cleveland Wedding Photographer ModernI love these imagse of David and the bridesmaids, they are so cute and different.Cleveland Wedding Photographer ModernThis image in the grass is one of my favorites. I love the contrast of the urban grit behind them with the nature surrounding them. Beautiful Cleveland Wedding PhotographerSeriously – I ♥ these two!Modern Cleveland Wedding PhotographyStunning Cleveland Wedding PhotgrapherCandid Cleveland Wedding PhotographerThe candid wedding image on the right is so funny – I literally caught three of the groomsen “relieving” themselves.100 Bomb Group Wedding Photographer100th Bomb Group Cleveland Wedding PhotgrapherTheir wedding reception was at 100th Bomb Group. The food at the 100th bomb group is awesome, and the party that Kerry & David through rocked the place.Candid Cleveland Wedding PhotographyPhotojournalistic Cleveland Wedding PhotographerThese very real moments, these true parts of a wedding day are so important to capture. I love Kerry and her father here – it’s just so real. A photojournalistic wedding photographer can use moments like this to tell the story of your wedding day.Photojournalistic Cleveland Wedding PhotographerFun Cleveland Wedding PhotographerArtistic Cleveland Wedding Photography

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