Fine Art Wedding Photography

My last wedding of the season. Fine Art Wedding Photography from The Old Mill in Toronto. I am starting to know The Old Mill quite well. How do I know? Funny enough, I actually didn’t get lost inside of The Old Mill at this wedding. I admit my sense of direction is not great in first place. I even asked for the map of The Old Mill. It is simply so big that you need one.

Back to Fine Art Wedding Photography. Why this name? Let me explain. I call The Old Mill the graduation place. One of the most scariest places for photographers is dark location. The Old Mill is definitely very dark. So far I was very lucky to do mostly outdoor photos in the summer.  Since this wedding was photographed in November. I knew that I would most likely shoot the whole wedding indoors. I heard about the dark chapel before.  I only never walked into this chapel. Until now….  I have to tell you that my first reaction was. “Wow, this is dark!” I couldn’t even see my camera buttons. I had to quickly get to the window to set up my camera. As I was shooting this ceremony, I had to keep setting up my camera by memory only. I couldn’t see anything. Here comes the word “Fine Art Wedding Photography”.  I used flash, I thought it looked OK but nothing spectacular. Then I decided to “Stop creating the light. Start working with the light.” I turned off the flash and used only available spot lights which I found very theatrical and mystical. The results turned out exactly the way I wanted it. This is how I approached this whole wedding.

Fine Art Wedding Photography

Meet Jessica & Karl. Very lovely couple. Humble and in love. Thank you for allowing me to be part of your wedding. Wishing you all the best to your new life together.

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