Digging around I found a photo shoot I did for the Brides of Oklahoma to capture a really cool table design by Michelle Mershon at the Philbrook Museum. This table was something else from the antique glass wear to the pink coconut Ho-Ho’s. It was classic yet modern at the same time. In the end it was a beautiful creation that stood out among the other options. The Brides of Oklahoma gathers great ideas from the top wedding professionals in Oklahoma. A little about this photo shoot, it was HOT the day of the shoot. Michelle and Josh had arrived at the Philbrook much earlier in the day to start setting everything up. I’m not sure exactly what time they arrived but I had expressed not actually starting the photo shoot until after the sun had gone down.
Like all shoots I use extra lighting to provide focus to the subject and this shoot was no different. In all we used 6 strobes for the shoot. I could have used 6 more had I brought them with me. Did I mention it was HOT outside? As we watched the sun drop in the sky until it was behind the Philbrook, we prepared to actually start the shoot. A short 45 minutes later, we were done. Mershon’s 4-5 hours of setup for a short 45 minute photo shoot at the Philbrook gave the Brides of Oklahoma this wonderful creation by Michelle! It was an honor to take these pics.