Archive for the ‘Wedding Photography’ Category

2016-2017 Biennial Part Two

Posted by michaeltallman on April 4, 2018 in Wedding Photography | No Comments

Here is part two of my favorites from the 2016 and 2017 wedding seasons. Check out part one if you haven’t already seen it. Part two covers the cocktail hour until the end of the party. This includes kids being kids, adults acting like kids, dancing, eating, drinking, speeches, portraits, and sometimes dramatic light both […]

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2016-2017 Biennial Part One

Posted by michaeltallman on April 3, 2018 in Wedding Photography | 5 Comments

I like to spend some time in between wedding seasons picking out some favorite images from the past season. I did not do so last year, so I decided to do a biennial this year and pick out a set of favorites from 2016 and 2017, covering close to 50 weddings. It is always a […]

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Christina and Alex’s Intimate Woodsy Vermont Wedding

Posted by michaeltallman on September 15, 2016 in Wedding Photography | 5 Comments

Photographing Christina and Alex’s beautiful and small wedding in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont was a welcome change of pace for me during the busiest part of my wedding season. The wedding was attended by their immediate families only and was held at a Alex’s family home. After the ceremony in the woods, we took […]

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Emily & Scott’s Grand Isle Lake House Wedding

Posted by michaeltallman on July 19, 2016 in Wedding Photography | No Comments

Emily and Scott live in Colorado now, but Emily has roots in Vermont, so they came back to celebrate their marriage on Lake Champlain. I photographed the sunset cruise rehearsal dinner on the Spirit of Ethan Allen III from Burlington as well as the wedding day out at the Grand Isle Lake House. Emily wore a vintage […]

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Emily & Josh’s Lincoln Cottage Wedding in DC

Posted by michaeltallman on July 6, 2016 in Wedding Photography | 1 Comment

Emily and Josh saw me working at Christine and Jamie’s wedding last year and liked what I did, so they had me come down to Washington, DC to photograph their wedding this spring at President Lincoln’s Cottage. President Lincoln spent much of his presidency at the cottage and is thought to have written the Emancipation Proclamation there. Emily […]

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