When I first began doing wedding photography I found inspiration in the work of other wedding photographers. I looks for what catches my eye. During a typical wedding I will take about 500-1000 photos. Out of all of those photos there will be just a handful of photos that will be the favorites of the bride and groom. So when I’m shooting close ups or special details I try to capture images that will be memorable for the bride and groom for many years to come. I still find inspiration from other photographers for ideas. I read wedding books, look on Pinterest or wedding websites. This helps me to get new ideas of how I want to shoot a wedding. My own work also inspires me. Especially when a bride tells me how much she loves my work!

Written by kathygrinstead

I grew up near Cleveland, Ohio. I went to the Ohio State University and graduated with a B.A. in Photography in 1985. I started doing wedding photography in 2005. I found that I enjoy weddings and being able to capture special moments for the bride and groom.
I have 3 sons that are grown and out of house. Two of them are twins. One son is in the Navy and our youngest son is in the Air Force Reserves. I am proud to be the mom of 3 terrific young men.
I have been married for 29 years to David.

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