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Sunset over wedding ceremony at Newcastle Golf Club
Bride's veil blows in breeze at Museum of Glass pool
Bride and groom with lovely Thornewood Castle at dusk
Silhouette by Monarch Window at Tacoma Union Station
Bride and groom ride in horse-drawn carriage
Wedding ceremony reflected in Thornewood Castle mirror
Wedding ceremony at Salish Lodge by Snoqualmie Falls
Forest wedding ceremony at Wellspring Spa near Rainier
Environmental portrait at Sucia Island wedding
Flower girls, ring bearer follow bride and groom out of sunken garden toward Thornewood Castle
Fisheye photo of Weyerhaeuser Estate wedding ceremony
Wedding ceremony from outside the front door of church
Wedding ceremony under cloudy skies at Chambers Bay
Reflections and shadows on Bridge of Glass at MOG
Bride and groom at colorful Experience Music Project
Wedding ceremony in Weyerhaeuser Estate rose garden
Two grooms kiss in sports car at Thornewood Castle
Wedding ceremony in Edgewater Hotel's Olympic Ballroom
Bride and groom walk by Chihuly art at Museum of Glass
Bride and groom at Lake Quinault, Olympic National Park

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The Portfolio of Wallflower Photography

Many years ago, what first drew us to photography wasn’t weddings. We didn't get hooked on weddings until we photographed a series of friends' wedding and loved every one of them. Instead, we’ve always enjoyed hiking and exploring the mountains, forests and beaches of Washington State and the world with cameras in hand, and we've captured some gorgeous landscape and still-life images along the way.

That experience and passion translates well to wedding photography. In short, we're very good at harnessing the best aspects of the environment in which you’re getting married and putting them to good use in your wedding photos.  It doesn't matter if your wedding is in the country or the city. We can handle the harsh, bright light of the summer sun, the soft, flat light of typical cloudy skies, or the moody, darkened interior of a dimly lit ballroom or church. We bring your venue's features and character into both your posed portraits and your unposed candids.

We carry a full set of lenses that will allow us to capture an impressive variety of perspectives on your wedding day. For one photo, we might use a telephoto lens to zoom in on your facial expressions from a distance. In the next photo, we might trade it for a wide-angle lens to showcase your wedding ceremony or reception surrounded by the unique environment in which it took place.

This photo gallery is all about those wide-angle shots, captured by both rectilinear and fisheye lenses in a wide variety of wedding venues around the Seattle-Tacoma region. We're particularly proud of our prowess with the trusty 15mm fisheye lens that we've had for nearly our entire career. Fisheye photos are particularly noticeable for their extreme wide-angle view made possible by curving the edges of the image around as if you were a pet goldfish looking at the world outside your fishbowl. You can filter our portfolio to see only fisheye photos in keyword gallery www.wallflowerphoto.com/keyword/fisheye.

Some of these photos have won awards in wedding photography competitions held by the Wedding Photojournalist Association (WPJA) and its offshoot, the Artistic Guild of the WPJA. See all the award-winning photos in our online portfolio in keyword gallery www.wallflowerphoto.com/keyword/award-winner.

Enjoy looking at our favorite wide-angle photos of wedding places!