Philadelphia is an incredibly beautiful and unique city. It has so much of an architectural variety, parks, squares, historical buildings, breathtaking waterfront backdrops, that it might become even challenging sometimes when it comes to choosing the best location for photos. As a wedding photographer, I especially love to shoot at the City Hall. There are so many incredibly gorgeous spots with some amazing light and stony background, that looks absolutely fantastic on photographs. The court yard and the arches are our absolute favorites.
Among other great locations, I can't not to mention the Washington Square Park, The Race Street Pier, Rittenhouse Square and Rodin Museum. This particular photograph of our gorgeous newlyweds was taken right across the road from the Rittenhouse Square Park by the Rittenhouse Plaza building. It was the end of March and the weather was unbelievably warm and sunny. The bride had prepared a warm throw to put on in case of getting cold, but that one wasn't even needed. Her dress was so delicate and elegant, and we couldn't be more happier to see our clients feeling comfortable and warm without having to put on extra layers. We positioned the bride and groom standing up front towards the camera for a more editorial look.
Canon 5D mark III; 200mm; f/4.0; 1/300 sec
Location: 1901 Walnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19103.