This is my final year in review post. My first two focused on the favorite landscape photos I take for myself and the second is my favorite photojournalism images from this year at the Daily Inter Lake. But another big part of my life as a photographer revolves around wedding photography, family photography, bridal portraits, engagements and the like.
I honestly believe one of the reasons I love wedding photography as much as I do, is because of my job as a journalist. In daily journalism I see both the good and the bad. So when I get to escape that and photograph as love story, it fills my heart. I photograph weddings with a photojournalist and documentary type approach. Try as I might, I could not narrow down my wedding photos to only one from each wedding. So, for this blog I cheated a bit. I picked one main photo and then did smaller collages.
I hope you enjoy these. Thank you for sharing in my look back at 2016. I am so excited for the year ahead and wish you all much joy and many happy memories.
I photographed one final wedding in 2016 on the shores of Whitefish Lake. A Jewish couple came in on a short trip for a destination wedding with their children. But they've asked me to keep those photos off the internet and while part of me wishes I could show these off, I would rather have the clients happy. After all, they may legally be "my" photos, but they are their memories and if they want them private, then I'll keep them that way.
Thanks for checking out my best of 2016 collections. Time to get to work on 2017. ;)