We don’t come across a wedding like this one every season. And that’s why we decided to spend a full 2 days setting up and preparing for this wedding. The venue, Roush World and Event Center was amazing. Newly decorated and custom fitted with an outdoor chapel for weddings that was very impressive for a small town venue, and plenty of room and scenery to take advantage of. Our Bride, Brianna fell in love with it when I met her there in early March of 2019. We originally planned for a nice venue in Angola, Indiana, but it did not figure in the stars and the destiny of this wedding and joining of two souls. Fernando and Brianna looked fabulous on their wedding day, and their guests all agreed. Below are some of the days highlights.
Michael Parker is CEO and Owner of Vision Pro Studios, a Coldwater, MI based company involved in private and public commercial grade media projects. We specialize in Weddings, Private and Public Events, Religious Events, Non Profit Events, H264 and H265 Television Commercials.
Water is an incredibly important compound, and it is especially important in landscape photography. Water can allow for two important elements when shooting in the outdoors: movement and reflection.
Water can allow for opportunities to showcase movement in a landscape. Whether it be a raging waterfall or bubbling spring, if you have you tripod with you, you can set your camera to a lower shutter speed — around 1-3 seconds — and watch as your camera captures the smooth movement of the water. That movement contrasted with a sharp, still landscape is beautiful to capture.