Amy and Chris’s wedding at George Weir Barn was a sight for sore eyes. Firstly, their ceremony was held at the most beautiful, colorful Greek orthodox church I had ever seen (the Green Orthodox church of the Holy Resurrection in Brookville, NY). The entire inside of the church was painting with huge and bright paintings, making the celebration all the more festive.
Their reception was held at the gorgeous George Weir Barn in Lloyd’s Harbor, a very old barn that Amy’s grand-father had helped haul all the way back from Connecticut decades ago. The barn had no windows which made for an additional obstacle for me and my second shooter (I already had a hand in a cast due to freshly done surgery) but we managed with no problem. Emma, my second shooter, shot the whole reception with off-camera flashes and I have to admit that, although I don’t use this practice too often, it helped getting homogeneous light on the subjects. Since the barn’s ceilings and walls were made of dark wood, it was not possible to bounce our flashes on them to get good light, so off-camera flashes came in super handy when we had to light a scene evenly.
In the end, Amy and Chris loved their photos, and had an obvious blast at their wedding.
Just see for yourself!
PS: don’t you just love those sparkly Keds X Kate Spade bridal shoes?!