Non-Traditional Wedding Photography in New Orleans
Sean is an artist here in New Orleans specializing in charcoal, watercolors and oil. His work is simply just gorgeous! This image is from his portrait session for New Orleans Canvas Magazine where I am the photo editor.
This bride reenacted a scene from Cinderella or perhaps she was just a run-away bride. This portrait session was done at small plantation home in Metairie, Louisiana.
Looking to the future while respecting the past. A cool photo session in a New Orleans Cemetery.
How apropos that her wedding portraits were in a New Orleans cemetery along with the ceremony because they are funeral directors. She is fiery so I thought this photograph best captured her beauty and fire.
Portraits in a local New Orleans Cemetery.
A very camera shy young man yet we caught his true inner self in his photographs.
While the venue was incredibly traditional we chose to twist things a bit with this photograph. Harking back to the 1800's perhaps. Her photographs were so artistic and beautiful.
She came to New Orleans to play and celebrate her birthday by choosing to do a portrait session.
This local New Orleans couple with a true artistic bent chose Louis Armstrong Park just across from the French Quarter to do their portraits. Such a beautiful couple!
She styled their photo session celebrating their anniversary and halloween. A little twist on Red Riding Hood and the big bad wolf.
City Park's Peristyle makes a nice backdrop for some posed family portraits. We meet up every year to capture their love of the city they miss.
This couple may be one of the most romantic. The image was just a perfect reflection of who they are to each other. Portraits in New Orleans City Park can be so beautiful due to the huge oak trees draped in moss.
Once again City Park is the backdrop for gorgeous photographs of a newly married couple.
With the French Quarter in New Orleans as a backdrop this couple played out some fantasy and a bit of their well-known quirky side for their combination engagement and wedding portraits. Don't worry he's not jack the ripper but a man who shaves with a straight edge. A lost art.
With the French Quarter in New Orleans as a backdrop this couple played out some fantasy and a bit of their well-known quirky side for their combination engagement and wedding portraits.
After their City Park Voodoo Wedding this couple chose a local New Orleans historical cemetery to have their portraits captured.
Their version of American Gothic.
Acting out a fantasy from one of her many books we had a blast in one of New Orleans historical Cemeteries.
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