Canon Park Bridal Portrait Photographer
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Canon Park Bridal Portrait Photographer

Cannon Park with its impressive four original columns was originally The old Thomson Auditorium following a fire in October 1981, all that remains are these columns. It is one of Charleston's most visible parks located near the Medical University of South Carolina on Calhoun Street and sandwiched between Rutledge and Ashley avenues. Architectural plays such an important role in our city it reminds us, of who was here before us, to respect the beauty of the designs of these architects back in the 1800s. My brides are the ones that know having me capture a wedding or a bridal portrait or an engagement session, that my vision for the art is to incorporate these historic buildings. My way of doing so is to always think outside the box, and knowing my equipment not just capturing images is why my bridal portraits here in Charleston Sc, are different unique, and styled differently. For this image, my client works in that neighborhood and it is quite obvious that these columns at Canon Park, was her first choice for the bridal portrait along with others. The key and interesting part about being a wedding photographer, is knowing your angles, and your composition, your aspect ratio, Canon Park, has a lot of cars, electrical poles and lines just not what you want to have in your image. You also have to consider that you have many different angles as well as the front and back of the columns. For me, I chose this specific angle which I love. The bride in her Gown: Jim Hjelm by Hayley Paige, each silk faced organza fit & flare, strapless asymmetrical draped bodice with crystal detail, cascade skirt with tulle accents, chapel train, the bride-to-be is stunning, from the perfect angle the blue of the sky with the white and rustic look of the columns.

Location: Charleston, Sc.

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