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FAL-WIN 2016

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1 2 F a l l | W i n t e r B R I D E DON'T SAY CHEESE Your To-Do List Greenery isn't your only option. By Meredith Hargis MAKE IT PERSONAL (Studio E Photography, Comfy Cow) Sometimes couples' preconceived notions about what engagement or wedding photos are supposed to look like prevent them from getting the photos they want. "Comfy Cow is a place that (the bride and groom) enjoyed going together, so they wanted to drop in on their wedding day and share an ice cream," says Michelle Elliot of Studio E Photography. GO FOR THE DRAMA (Kriech-Higdon Photography, Greystone Manor) If the bride and groom want powerful photos, a castle, manor, plantation or museum backdrop adds a luxe fair that speaks for itself. Jessie Kriech-Higdon of Kriech- Higdon Photography says, "(Greystone Manor) is lovely not just because of the beautiful grounds, but because it has architecture you can only see if you're traveling by on the river. After a very rainy morning the light ended up being perfect for some late- evening photos." BE REBELLIOUS (Jguess Photography, Devils Attic) Who says you can't take engagement photos in a haunted house? Louisville is known for its haunted attractions, and Devils Attic is the perfect place for those who love everything Halloween. Have the guts to break the rules and end up with an unprecedented photo session that redefnes romance. THINK OUTSIDE THE PARK (JGuess Photography, U of L campus) "Nearly all of my clients want to shoot at parks — at frst. I typically try to talk them out of this. Making it personal will lead to more enjoyment of the session and more meaningful photos!" says Jami Guess of JGuess Photography. A couple shouldn't choose a location because it's trendy, but because of its signifcance to their relationship. LET THE WEATHER BE YOUR GUIDE (Jason Holzworth photography) Sun, snow, a spring monsoon? "A bride can have every detail of her wedding planned out to the minute, but as we all know from living here, one thing you cannot always plan on is the weather," says Jason Holzworth of Jason Holzworth Photography. Acting impulsively and walking into the backdrop of an unexpected sky delivers breathtaking results.

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