Durham, NC Wedding & reception venue photography

SterlingArchitectural Photography, North Carolina, Weddings, Work1 Comment

blog074F

This was definitely a different assignment for me. I was a backup photographer for a wedding over Labor Day weekend, specifically hired to capture interior venues with my tilt-shift lens. The wedding took place in a church near Duke University and the reception followed at the American Tobacco Campus in Durham, NC.

Using a tilt-shift lens during a live event such as a wedding is much different than many of my architectural still assignments. For one, everything’s in continual motion and it’s very crowded. The lens requires manual focus and a tripod so to move quickly in and out of the wedding and remain as unobtrusive as possible was a challenge. But for shooting overall venue shots, especially in a place like ATC can make for an added value.

I’ll admit it felt good taking photos and not having to worry if the windows were blown out. 😉 Here are some of the photos below.

Wedding

American Tobacco District reception

American Tobacco District reception

American Tobacco District reception

American Tobacco District reception

American Tobacco District reception

Comments

comments

One Comment on “Durham, NC Wedding & reception venue photography”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *