I believe there is an unsung hero in the wedding photography ensemble. Maybe its just because I suffer from a pretty big shoe addiction myself, but I Loooove shoe shots! I love my own, I love peeping other peoples, I love seeing what brides choose and why and so on. I think the magic of the shoe shot is that the heels are still yet fresh & full of life. The photographers incorporate them in the bridal environment, creating gorgeous still life imagery. Depth of field is as powerful a force as is the setup of the shoes themselves, as well as where they are displayed. I hope to continually bring wedding shoe images on an on going basis, and any photographers reading this, please send them my way! I encourage & challenge you to get creative, innovative, really make the shoe shot a piece of art in and of itself. I really look forward to seeing many many more wonderful shoes!
(1)Brittany Anderson Photography, (2)Sharon Arnoldi Photography, (3)Annie Agarwal Photography, (4)Annie Agarwal Photography, (5)Casey Fatchett Photography, (6)Sharon Arnoldi Photography, (7)Sharon Arnoldi Photography, (8)Casey Fatchett Photography, (9)Tilt Shift Studios, (10)Sharon Arnoldi Photography, (11)Amber S. Wallace Photography
PS to Brides-I know it is a difficult thing to ask, but a huge part of what makes the shoe shot so amazing is the newness. Yes that means…. stay out of those heels ladies! Dare I say, even on the carpet! You dont want the slightly wear mark showing up in these photos. Listen, if I can own amazing Louboutins for almost 9 months without wearing them, so can you!!!