When seeking the best Jewish wedding photographers in Cleveland, it's important to look for skill in capture, composition, lighting and post production.
For this candid capture of a Jewish bride and groom at their wedding ceremony in the Cleveland Marriott Downtown, I slipped up the side of the ceremony area in the ballroom. By being silent and unobtrusive, and using available light, I was able to capture this quiet, intimate moment between a bride and groom under their chuppah. It’s important to be unobtrusive in these moments. The day is about two people getting married; it’s not a photo shoot. When clients tell me after the wedding that they never noticed me during the ceremony, then I know I did my job right.
This incredible chuppah was designed by Pieter Bouterse Studio. The bride said she wanted her winter wedding to be colorful and feel like it was outdoors. Pieter and his team of floral design architects certainly delivered. The reception was an explosion of color that eclipsed the gray winter skies outside. This Jewish wedding took place in downtown Cleveland, Ohio.
Location: 1360 W Mall Dr, Cleveland, OH 44114.Keywords: Cleveland wedding photographer (414), Lindsey Beckwith (394).