Double exposure photographs are something we started playing around with a few years ago. They began in the days of film photography, but new technology and digital cameras have more recently allowed the capturing of two exposures in a single image.
I created this photograph by taking a photo of the bride's bouquet, lovingly handcrafted by the couple’s florist, and overlaying that in a photograph of the couple hugging and looking at each other. The key to capturing a double exposure is that the couple must be a silhouette. That way, only the dark portions of the second photo show the bride's bouquet coming through from the first photograph.
This wedding of Kelsey and Garrett was held at Furman University’s Daniel Chapel, one of the most stunning churches in Greenville, South Carolina. Then we traveled to the Westin Poinsett Hotel in downtown Greenville for the couple's wedding reception in the Poinsett Ballroom.