Out on one of the private points which just into Lake George in the Adirondack Mountains, Rhobie and Tom stood. Surrounded by the lake and backed by the mountains, the sun had just set. The warm glow had faded. That was fine with me. So many sunset wedding photos, after all … I watched as the purple of evening began to spread across the sky. I dropped a tiny bit of light onto the two of them, just to accent them and pull them from the background a little.
Then, in a few minutes we were done. They stood lovingly together. The magic of an Adirondack wedding twilight was there, a gift given to me from the photography gods.
With the longer days of summer, there is ample opportunity for taking late day and early evening portraits with a couple. Time can be set aside to make quiet and intimate twilight images by the lake or to move more into mountain and forest locations as twilight during a summer wedding can last for quit a lot longer than it does at a spring or fall wedding.
Sunset at a summer wedding seems to happen much more slowly. Spring and fall weddings can have beautiful sunsets, but they happen much faster and at times there aren't the clouds in the cooler times of the year, clouds which produce spectacular colors making for great wedding photos.
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Location: Bolton Landing, NY.Keywords: adirondack (18), lake george (10).