Bubble Wedding Exit at Penn State ChapelOn a lovely day in State College, PA, Kelly and Justin exited the campus’ chapel in a fun and jubilant fashion. Compared to the traditional throwing of rice, this bubble exit was a fun and beautiful way to send the couple off to the reception. The joy on Kelly and Justin’s faces is wonderful. This wedding portrait captures the ecstatic energy of both the newlyweds and their guests and I was happy to document this fun memory for them. I love taking these un-posed wedding photographs because they capture the natural expressions and happy moments of the wedding day. It is these fun memories that the bride and groom enjoy looking back on. This is a dramatic portrait that centers itself on the newlyweds. To achieve this, I blurred and darkened the edges of this portrait so that the guests are not the main focus, but I didn’t do it too much because I wanted their happy expressions to still be visible. I love how much lively energy is present as the doors of Penn State’s chapel are dramatically opened as the bride and groom walk through them. State College, PA was a picturesque location for wedding party photographs, bridal portraits, and of course bride and groom portraits. The elegance of the setting was well suited for this lovely couple’s photographs. With its towering columns, elegant lamps, and brick walkways, the porch of Penn State’s Old Main Building was a favorite location because of its regal and beauty. Conveniently located on the college’s campus, I would love to have the opportunity to return and photograph more weddings at this elegant site.
Location: Chapel, State College, PA.