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Tori celebrated her special day at one of the most sought after New Orleans wedding venues! The Hotel Mazarin is a beautiful Queen Anne French Quarter courtyard is the most romantic setting for wedding and commitment ceremonies for up to 175 guests. Wedding ceremonies are available in the courtyard from 1pm-8pm. New Orleans wedding photographers
Pre wedding photography session at the Roosevelt Hotel in New Orleans. Through the years, generations of brides have made their grand entrance at The Roosevelt, a Waldorf Astoria Hotel. Breathtaking historic surroundings blend elegance and romance with impeccable service. Essential elements for your Wedding celebration. New Orleans wedding photographers dream.
Taking photography of people when they have no idea that you’re doing it is called candid photography. One of the beauties of photography is being able to catch someone in the act. It adds life to your pictures.
Photographers will look far and wide, over the crowds and through the landscape looking for that 1 in a million shot.
Mastering your camera and having it ready for that once in a life time moment is essential.
The Christ Church Cathedral is a gem for wedding photography. This New Orleans wedding started at the perfect time. The bride was dressed and ready for bridal portraits at 3 p.m. The church has an inside patio with a washed stone facade that makes a perfect background. And the walls reflect and refract sunlight that is filtered through 200 year old oak trees.The Christ Church of Cathedral has the best lighting for day time wedding photography.
Jessica was truly the nicest and kindest person I have every worked with. We allowed two hours for bridal portraits and all the family portraits in the court yard before the wedding.
On occasion, it is possible to schedule weddings for Episcopalians outside of the diocese of Louisiana who are active in their home parishes. To request that this take place, the potential candidates should ask their Rector, Vicar, or Priest-in-Charge write a letter to the Dean requesting that the Cathedral celebrate the marriage.