Indianapolis Wedding Photographer | casey and her camera
Last September I was invited to tagalong with Annie Fedrigo Photography and second shoot a wedding with her in Northern Michigan. I’ll admit – being from Michigan I should probably have quite a bit of experience with Northern Michigan… the landscape, the scenery, the towns, the wineries.
I think I’ve been up north one time when I was younger – we went to Mackinac shortly after moving to Michigan. And now, having been gone from Michigan for 5 years, when I go back to visit home, I usually stay in the southeastern corner spending time with family and friends, with a couple of sessions mixed in.
So when asked to second shoot with Anne, I jumped at the chance for a variety of reasons:
- She’s pretty fabulous. She’s mentored me here and there over the years and has always believed in my abilities as a photographer and I greatly appreciate that.
- Shooting a wedding with Anne (and a wedding of people I also know) is always bound to be a good time.
- I would finally get the chance to experience this ‘Up North’ place everyone raves about.
And it most certainly didn’t disappoint. It’s seriously gorgeous. No greener greens or bluer blues found in nature… I’m convinced.
The wedding was held at The Homestead – a place the bride has been visiting for most of her life. While rain threatened most of the day (and periodically switched between a steady downpour and slow drizzle) there were times of absolute calm and overcast weather paired with the great lakes means phenomenal backdrops.
Is this not the best-ever baby-in-a-tux?!
So you get the full-picture of this family. Too cute!
I don’t think I was able to really take in this set-up while at the wedding. It was only when editing these images did I stop and just drool over the attention to detail and the layers that this pie/cupcake table achieves.
casey and her camera is an Indianapolis Wedding Photographer specializing in family, couple, lifestyle, senior, and wedding photography for Indianapolis, Indiana and the surrounding areas.