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Category Archives: Wedding Photography

Jewish Orthodox weddings have quickly become my favorite type of Chicago wedding to photograph – I strongly believe that EVERY wedding should include shtick because I’ve quickly learned that there is no better way to discover the true hidden talents of family and friends.   Combine the Jewish shtick with dark, dashing Persian good looks (like…

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You know that feeling you get when you finally fall in love and you feel like the word ‘love’ isn’t enough to describe the magnitude of your feelings?  You realize that ‘love’ is one of the most commonly used and abused words in our language, but nothing else seems to have the resonance that it…

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When I drive up from Indianapolis to Chicago to photograph weddings with Joshua, the landmark that stands out the most to me isn’t the Willis Tower, the White Sox stadium, or even the elusive ‘Circle’ that I finally discovered about 3 months ago.  It’s Carnivale.  I loved that restaurant before I had ever sampled their…

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As I sat down to review Naitik and Anupa’s wedding images and begin this post, I realized two things – that this was our first time photographing a Hindu wedding in Chicago (although we did shoot an Indian engagement party at Brookfield Zoo), and that 2013 is becoming our year for learning wedding customs and…

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Let us just start off by saying that if we could design the perfect couple and use the same prototype for every Chicago wedding that we photograph, Iman and David would be our blueprint.  This couple met while waiting in line for a political event commemorating Howard Zinn at the Busboy and Poet restaurant in…

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