We did a morning engaement session a few days ago at Butler University and Holcomb Gardens. Of all the years of doing weddngs and engagement photos, this is the first morning session, and I'm sure glad we did it early. The temperature was already 84º at eight o clock, and very humid. We all suffered a little that morning but neither Corry nor Kelly complained or stopped smiling. That shows me that these two have a lot of love for each other, and are willing to suffer a little and keep on smiling. It really was a fun morning, and a pleasure to work with these two. I can't wait for their wedding later this year. Here are a few photos from their session


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We had the chance to photograph our first wedding at Sycamore At Mallow Run. The shortest drive ever to a wedding, only two miles away. What a perfect day for a wedding! You just never know what February weather will be like in Indiana. On October 4, 2014 we photographed Nichol's sister's wedding down in Bloomington at Sycamore Farm, and the weather then was windy and about 30º colder.
It's really special for me when we can photograph more than one wedding for a family. In some cases, it's like getting back together with friends again as it was with the Crane family. Also, it's special because the family has trusted us enough to handle both their daughter's weddings, and it's something we really appreciate!
Below are a few favorites from Logan & Nichol's wedding to share in this post. Enjoy!

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Today's blog post is all about the details. Details, details, and more details. As Photographers, we always try to take photos of all the important details. Many times, a lot of time has been spent creating special items that have been carefully packed and transported to the wedding site. Most of the time, these items reflect the personalities of the bride, and/or the bride and groom. Sometimes, there are family heirlooms passed on from generation to generation that make their way into the next family wedding. Regardless of the history, or the size of the detail, it's extremely important to make a photographic record of it's existence, and presence at the wedding

Matthew & Kayla's was, in many ways, similar to other weddings we have covered. Of course, they were funny, gracious, kind, and pretty darn good looking too; not to mention the wedding was at a great location (The Barn On Boundary). But boy did they have some great, creative details to photograph. So, for other photographers I would say, capture the getting ready, the ceremony, all the family photos, even the wild dancing shots. But whatever you do, don't forget even the smallest part of a table setting, piece of jewely, or anything had made!

Having said all that, here are a few recent detail shots, oh...and a few of the bride and groom too.


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Here's another one of our late summer weddings. Clint and Chelsea were married at Avon Wedding Barn in Avon, Indiana. As you can see in the photos, it was a beautiful, mostly sunny day. Earlier in the year, we photographed Clint and Chelea's engagement session at Eagle Creek Park in Indianapolis. It was a good time to get to know their personalities, and their likes and dislikes. By the time we got to the wedding day, we were practically old friends. It was a great day and a fun wedding to shoot. We wish Clint and Chelsea all the best. Below are a few of our favorites from the day!


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