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Tiffany and Garrett — McCune Mansion

McCune Mansion wedding

A couple of weeks ago I had the great opportunity to attend Camilla Bink’s Light it Up workshop. Hands down this was the best and most helpful workshop I have ever been to. I had such a great time practicing my new off-camera lighting set up. Tiffany and Garrett are newlyweds and were fantastic models. They were so darling and so in love. Garrett even held my light for me a for the single shots of his bride.

The workshop was at the fabulous McCune Mansion in Salt Lake City which has long been a bucket list location of mine. I love old buildings, especially cool old houses so shooting at the McCune Mansion was a dream. The mansion was built in 1901 and is full of beautiful art and turn of the century craftsmanship. We also had dinner in the dining room which was a thrill. I felt like a guest at Downton Abbey. Camilla had a wonderful mock reception all set up including a delicious wedding cake. It was a wonderful shoot and I am so excited to incorporate more off-camera flash in the future, especially at wedding receptions. Thanks Camilla for all your lighting wisdom and a wonderful evening!

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Vendors

Venue: McCune Mansion

Cake: Sweetest Things Cake Shoppe

Hair and Makeup: Vivian Makeup Artist

Gown: Gateway Bridal and Prom

Flowers: Five Girls Flowers and Design

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  • Goodness these are beautiful! I could never get that kind of lighting I’m so jealous haha Great work!

  • Lovely lovely job! I loved all of them!

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