Teaser Tuesday | Kansas City wedding photography of Katie and Justin

Teaser Tuesday | Kansas City wedding photography of Katie and Justin

Teaser Tuesday is still hanging around thanks to my crazy busy fall and winter season! Today we have three images from Katie and Justin’s wedding in Kansas City. This was such a fun wedding to work on especially during our fast “portrait” time after the ceremony. I say “portrait” as elected to use our time and take a drive over to Shawnee Mission park where Katie and Justin got engaged and make an image of them releasing a lantern as homage to their time together teaching in Thailand. It was an incredible event one they will remember forever. Enjoy some of my favorite images from the day! Sometimes you gotta make the best of what you have. The church was laid out in such a way there were no good angles on the ceremony. I was lucky to find a space through the podium that I could frame their faces. In the end I am glad I was not able to do what I normally do at a ceremony as I would not have found this angle otherwise. Love this photo. In the backroom right after the ceremony. It was not easy but I think this photo was totally worth the time spent and the cold...
Noah | A preview of senior portrait session in Kansas City at Shawnee Mission Park

Noah | A preview of senior portrait session in Kansas City at Shawnee Mission Park

My highly guarded secret for a successful senior portrait session consists of the following:  a high school senior, a pick-up truck with its perfect imperfections, a black dog with lots of energy, and good light. Luckily, Noah brought all those elements with him to the portrait shoot.  We had so much fun trying different things with the time constraint that Noah had that afternoon because he had to drive back home before dark and he didn’t want to get a ticket for driving with a broken head light. Now that the secret is out of the bag,  I have to go to my basement to brew a new secret ingredient for the next senior portrait shoot....