Phew! The year’s first wedding is in the bag. I weathered eight hours of this high energy event while fighting bronchitis, but I made it, and Luke and Shaunna get to have wonderful pictures they’ll be able to enjoy forever. I had such a good time, I forgot I was even sick!
College View Church is such a beautiful building too! This was my second time in the building; the first being my tour about a month ago. The 300 foot stained glass wall in the entryway alone is a sight to see, but the sanctuary is absolutely stunning as well.
God’s blessings to the two of you! Enjoy the rest of your lives together!
I feel it necessary to explain this picture. Luke is a helicopter/airplane pilot, so I thought it might be fun to have the guys lift him up like you would a little kid when you play airplane. FAIL!!!
They did get it on the second try though.
The flower girl was so cute!
DIY Tilt/Shift lens in action again
14 responses to “Luke + Shaunna [wedding] Lincoln, Nebraska”
Stunning photos James. I love your use of the tilt shift while shooting the alter.
great work james. i especially like the last two frames. great job.
Great job, James! I have such a hard time getting color shots in front of stained glass due to the funky color of the light. You did great. Is that first shot a composite? If so, great job. Looks fantastic.
I really like the recessional shot with the bubbles. Nice work!
well done, some great fun shots here too.
Awesome images! This sets the bar high for your wedding season 🙂
Your detail shots are awesome.
This is more stunning work! I especially love that last one of Shaunna– you obviously caught of moment of sheer happiness and hence a really beautiful shot.
Wow! That last shot of the bride is amazing! I love the emotion – it says it all. Great work!
Wow – these are amazing. I love the first image – so crisp and the sense of space and composition is spot on. Beautiful work.
The last one is my fave, she is soooo happy 🙂
Great set! Love the last shot!
Outstanding work James. Great documentation with style 🙂
brilliant original shots!