Solon Wedding

Spending a couple of hours scouting out The Inn at Honey Run was time well spent. Finding key sightlines and photo spots makes all the difference. Due to time restrictions and mobility, the closest spots on the property were selected.

Natural light under a pavilion varies depending on the time of day, the available sunlight outside, but most can be overcome while still needing to shoot with natural lighting.

This young couple was more into the non-posed shots, so as we moved from one spot to another I kept the shutter clicking. Some very cool, un-traditional shots that really captured who this couple are.

Gear List – Canon 80D & Canon 6D Mark II | Sigma Art 24-70 2.8 & Canon 75-300 4.5-5.6 | Photoshop RAW Editing


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