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Katrina and James were married this past Saturday at the Good Shepherd Catholic Church in Indianapolis with the reception at the Knights of Columbus, also on the south side of Indy. After the ceremony, we all piled into the limo and headed to the Indianapolis Museum of Art to grab a few photos; the museum grounds were beautiful and busy as usual. We made another short stop at Garfield Park and was greeted with security telling us to head to the conservatory, which we did. Once inside were were told that photographing anywhere inside the conservatory or the gardens required a pass which cost $475. Needless to say, we didn’t buy one. Instead, we got a few photos outside the gates and went on our way. It was a fun day with lots of variety and we had a great time hanging out with Katrina, James, and their wedding party. Check out the short video below and you will see what I mean.

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We didn't have a wedding to shoot this weekend so I thought it might be good to get away for a few days. We traveled to northern Illinois where hiking is a popular sport at the Starved Rock State Park. Actually there are approximately 13 miles of hiking. Although we didn't hike it all, we did see a good part of the trails. With all the rains we've had in the Midwest, the canyon waterfalls were flowing and made for some really nice photos. It also made for some muddy trails and plenty of mosquitos for everyone---it was fun though. We stayed at the lodge in the state park which was very nice and the food was great! Here are a few highlights of the trails we hiked. Well, I suppose I should get back to work now...

 

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This past Sunday we had the great pleasure of photographing Samara and Andrew as they started a new chapter in their lives together. I think they are very lucky to have found each other. Their wedding was also held at Valle Vista in Greenwood, Indiana. When you shoot a lot of weddings at one venue, it's always a challenge to come up with new ideas and different angles so each wedding has it's own unique look. Of course, every wedding is different and hopefully we have captured Samara and Andrew's own special day in a way that reflects their personalities. Again, here are a few photos that I enjoyed seeing as I went through the editing process. Hope you like them too!

 

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This past weekend we had great weather, perfect temperature, a stunning bride and handsome groom, delicious food, and a great location to shoot at (Valle Vista); what more could a photographer ask for. Well, I could think of one thing. Accompanying Tamara and big Mike on their trip to Hawaii certainly would have been fun---maybe someday. Here are a few photos to look at while I get the rest of the wedding processed---enjoy!

 

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