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Saturday mornings during my off-season are usually a quiet time to find inspiration. One morning while reading, I came across a painting done by 17th century artist, Rembrandt. It was the perfect juxtaposition between light and dark—taking place in a dimly-lit room while the florals took center stage.
I was particularly intrigued by this piece, because although created centuries ago, many of the trends in today's floral designs nod back to this organic and textural style. Then, an idea sparked: shooting a moody wedding at dusk with small, bright pops of color. And what better time to shoot a wedding than fall in Michigan?.
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