golden beauty at the utah state capital
Capturing bridals at the State Capital is one of my biggest worries due to the building’s cold structure. As a Utah wedding photographer, I try to avoid the Capital whenever possible. Though, a lot of my brides often choose the State Capital for indoor sessions, as was the situation this time.
We had originally planned for an outdoor session. But the morning of Amanda’s session, it started to rain. We headed to the Capital because we didn’t want to risk getting the bride and wedding dress soaking wet.I was pleasantly surprised at how well the building’s colors played with Amanda’s dress. The cream of Amanda’s wedding dress partnered beautifully with the gold accents in the flower boutique, and her gold polished nails made this bridal session turned out to be a golden dream—soft and elegant.
I was pleasantly surprised at how well the Capital’s colors actually matched with Amanda’s wedding dress. And the cream of Amanda’s dress partnered beautifully with the gold accents in her flower boutique. Everything against the seemingly cold colors of the building worked out perfectly. This bridal session turned out to be a golden dream—soft and elegant.
There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer.- Ansel Adams