Omaha Wedding Photography

Photographed in the Durham Museum, Omaha , Nebraska, utilizing natural light throughout the 2 hour shoot. Using a tripod to keep the camera stable in these lighting conditions was key, especially where there was a lack of natural light. An impressive building, harking back to the Art Deco period, I felt it was important to integrate the backdrop into the shoot as much as possible. Working with clients you have never met until day of the shoot is not my preferred option but sometimes due to time constraints, this may be the only viable solution. It’s of the upmost importance to make sure I break down the barriers as quickly as possible. There is nothing worse than clients who feel nervous when the lens hits them between the eyes. You must soothe their anxieties and make them feel as relaxed as humanly possible. It does take skill and a certain understanding of how to connect.
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