How to photograph your own wedding. Green Bay Wedding Photographer.
Today marks the one year anniversary of one of the toughest things I’ve had to cover, but also the most joyous . Coming from a photojournalism background, you always want to document the major events in your life. It was tough documenting this event because I was a big part of it. The other person in this event was understanding enough to let me have my camera at my side most of the day. Yes, the major event was my wedding day. A year ago I got married to the greatest girl ever. We hired Green Bay’s best wedding photographer to be the main photographer–Turba Photography. I may be a tad prejudiced because Jerry Turba became my brother-in-law that day.
So here are a few of my favorite shots of the day from my point of view. I even managed to get myself into a few.
Judy infront of the St Anna church.
Judy with her goddaughter Tracy.
My godson Michael gets pinned with his corsage by Judy's sister Mary.
Judy with our wedding party. Some of our eight year old nieces and nephews Zach, Elke and Izzy.
Making sure we have the rings.
Judy enjoys an ice cream cone after the wedding with the wedding party. I had to put the camera down for the actual service.
Getting ready to enjoy an adult beverage on the boat ride to the reception.
Need to get myself in a few of the shots.
A toast to the captain, our nephew Dustin.
Long time friend Rich Larsen enjoying a good German beer in a proper sized mug.
Judy and one of our great friends Dan Schmidt.
My Uncle Hans and Aunt Traudl who came all the way from Germany for the wedding.
My parent enjoying a dance.
My niece Elke Roemer enjoys a dance with her friend Anders Larsen.
The creative dream team of David Gagnon and Matt Ludtke.
Judy with her brother Mike, sister-in -law Pat, sister Sr. Anne and brother Jim.
Dan Schmidt and his girlfriend Sarah Schneider.
Dean Bortz and his tie entertain on the dance floor.
Dean Bortz does even more entertaining on the dance floor with the help of my godson Michael Stein.
Judy helps out the band.
My mom enjoys a dance with her brother Hans.
Judy and my brother John (red tie) get everyone involved.
My Uncle Hans kind of ruled the dance floor.
Judy and her brother Jerry on our boat ride to the hotel at 3 AM after the greatest day ever.