Salisbury Wedding Photographer | Historic Train Depot | Jeni + Lee

A few of my favorite things…Historic locations. Vintage themes. Hand-crafted decorations. My sister. ¬†Stylish couples. Friends and family. Fall light. Brides who know how to smile with their eyes. Lots of time for portraits. This wedding had all of these things and more. I think this was my most enjoyable wedding to date. I loved seeing my sister get married. I loved the setting, the decorations, the themes, the light, the amount of time we had for pictures, and shooting with 2 friends. I loved working extensively with different films for the first time. I loved how Jeni knew exactly what to do in front of the camera! Most of all I loved seeing how excited Jeni + Lee were, and how much they loved each other. My creative juices were really flowing and I LOVE the end results! I’m so excited to be able to share these, and I feel totally privileged to have been Jeni + Lee’s photographer!
















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.Ilford 3200



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5 Responses to Salisbury Wedding Photographer | Historic Train Depot | Jeni + Lee

  1. Tara Molles says:

    I was wondering if we would have a “same” image, but we don’t! I love seeing another eye from the same day that I am not used to! These are wonderful- your sister will love them!

  2. Cait Butt says:

    David, these are stunning. I love all the different films you used. And Jeni did an outstanding job with the style of the wedding: it looks perfectly “them.” Congrats Lee + Jeni! <3

  3. marj says:

    Hi, I loooove the pictures and I was wondering where she got the door-like candle holder that was behind them in the ceremony. Was that rented or made??

  4. Hi marj,
    I think she got the doors on Craigslist. They’re just basic french doors. She punched out the glass and put screws on the back side to hold the jars. Hope that helps! -David

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