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First of all, I love the elevation. Depending on when you go, that place can be littered with hairy shirtless men and butt cracks. Not exactly the most romantic… depending on what you see as romantic, I suppose. Make no mistake, there are usually a few people here, too. You can get sand down at the beach, grass up top… even some wooded areas if you move a little further north. Okay, so three reasons. Photoshoots using this location: The look of the gardens can vary drastically from, literally, one week to the next.

ComPLETely different looks, because the best places in the garden to use shifted during that time. The famed Bradford Beach. There are some real pretty sandy grass patches closer to the street, which are a really unique, beautiful texture. Especially during the summer months, Bradford is crawling with people. Depending on what your couples are into, they may or may not find hairy men and butt crack overload especially romantic. A lot of people will try and shoot sunSET photos over the lake… which never works well because the sun sets to the opposite side of the lake.

But when it rises in the east? The inside of the hotel has some really cool, massive cooper beer vats. But with that part aside, the outside has the rustic, exposed brick look that so many couples want these days. Because of the time-restricted nature of wedding days, I usually keep it pretty local. Most of my photos are using the sides of buildings that provided some shade at the time. There is even more to work with if the skies are overcast. The bottom-right photo was requested by my wedding party, and many similar ones have been taken by other photographers.

Since taking that picture, the city has put a median down the road under the Pabst Sign. If you walk on the trail past the pond and through the tree tunnel, you come to a big, open field, filled with cattails. A big, long path with a wall of trees on either side. Spotty lighting during the summer can be troublesome with so much foliage, but I just place my subjects on the foremost part of the shade, so the bright ground in front of them lights up their face like a great big soft box top right.

Not so bad anymore, right? Judging by the photographers I run into every time I shoot there. This is Wisconsin, people. If your couples are looking for a fun stop on the East Side, I was really impressed by what a great alternative this is to the typical wedding party bar stop.

The light is spotty, and on a harsh summer day, editing might take a little more finagling. But really, anything is better than a dark bar interior. But I like it. This couple is super cool, and they let me play around with them for way more than they had to for an engagement session.

But I was really happy with all the park had to offer. Brick tunnels, tree canopies, little textured buildings and even a little river. Right, so, the Iron Horse hotel is super chill. The interior is full of rustic motorcycles and parts.

Long story short — big, rolling hills, dense forest, a few old buildings to use as textures… the works. This has got to be one of the most popular photo locations within the Milwaukee city lines. And for good reason! I usually recommend spots other than Lake Park because of the heavy traffic.

This one is for that ever-elusive Milwaukee skyline. Much prettier, much less crowded. But I think we still got it. There was plenty more to work with while we were waiting for the perfect sun placement. This is also a Milwaukee park, so wedding parties especially should check for necessary permits. It was already pretty busy with joggers on the weekday that we went, so I imagine it would be significantly busier during the weekend, too. Just as a heads-up.

But when I see those grandeur mountains and snowy peaks, and look at my field-saturated Wisconsin photos… I might go like half a point up on the saltiness scale. Bring some bug spray. And yet somehow, this engagement session turned out to be one of my all-time favorites. Even in direct, noonday sun. The lighting from this shoot left me with deep, rich shadows, and diamond-glistening water.

I ended up editing the photos with a little film-ier look than I normally do, but it just spoke to the classy timelessness of both the setting and the couple. It makes me happy. Not too far from Mckinley Marina, we have the lovely Mckinley Pier. I was unsure as to whether or not I should lump it in with the Marina, but really — the two are so different. It also takes pretty much forever to walk from the Marina to the end of the pier. Okay, maybe a 15 minute walk.

So, this is actually pretty funny. But we all woke up at about 5am for a sunrise engagement session… only to find that fog decided to block out any sunrise whatsoever. Long story short, we went back for their wedding with a little more luck and a little different look. Otherwise, just a cool landmark for the most dedicated of fans! Behold, the Brew City Beloved.

One of my favorite parts about using the MAM as a backdrop is that every photographer uses it so differently. Of course, the white tower and whales-tale are among the most popular points to emphasize.

Used less-often is the east side of the building, next to the lake. As far as I know, this one is only available if your couple is renting the facility. I used it for a first-look. I was there in March… so, weather was totally hit-or-miss. But even so, the location was totally worth using. Nothing against it, of course. Acres, acres, and acres of land and trails. And the grand hills are just about the closest thing you can find to a mountain around here, too.

This is another one that you definitely want to scope out ahead of time if you want to get everything out of it that you can. Maybe take some you-time to explore all the trails, winding roads, nooks, and crannies. Ooh, also, it changes a lot during different seasons. More details on that to come. There is an entrance fee of a few dollars, which includes parking.

You should know that The Pritzlaff requires proof of liability insurance in order to permit photographers access, which needs to be given in advance of the wedding. So just be careful where you step — and have a great time! Vintage, rustic, natural… beautiful. When I first went to look for a public farm setting for clients, I landed at Trimborn Farm below. I have to admit, I got into a habit of taking similar styled clients back there over and over.

One thing that sets this property apart is the more expansive walking space. I LOVE the big open fields. Another location that can definitely benifit from some exploring. In my opinion, the quintessential downtown. I avoided shooting downtown engagement sessions for so long, because I was so afraid of trying to navigate around the throngs of people.

Much to my pleasant surprise, this part of the city is urban, modern, not too crowded, and actually not overwhelming for rural-raised girls. For my clients looking for this look, I usually just tell them to meet me at the Rock Bottom Brewery back patio, and grab a beer beforehand to loosen up.

Seriously, it makes a difference. From there, I usually just walk out on one side of the Riverwalk, talking as we go, stopping here and there to shoot. Then we cross the bridge, come back, and boom. Similar to the riverwalk above, just a different location.

This spot is a little less urban — there is more foliage along the walk, natural textures, etc.. Maybe I just got lucky that I shot a daytime reception here, but goodness gracious. Exposed brick, woodworked ceilings, wide open windows… I was a big fan. One of my favorites!

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If your couples are looking for a fun stop on the East Side, I was really impressed by what a great alternative this is to the typical wedding party bar stop.

The light is spotty, and on a harsh summer day, editing might take a little more finagling. But really, anything is better than a dark bar interior.

But I like it. This couple is super cool, and they let me play around with them for way more than they had to for an engagement session. But I was really happy with all the park had to offer. Brick tunnels, tree canopies, little textured buildings and even a little river. Right, so, the Iron Horse hotel is super chill. The interior is full of rustic motorcycles and parts. Long story short — big, rolling hills, dense forest, a few old buildings to use as textures… the works.

This has got to be one of the most popular photo locations within the Milwaukee city lines. And for good reason! I usually recommend spots other than Lake Park because of the heavy traffic. This one is for that ever-elusive Milwaukee skyline.

Much prettier, much less crowded. But I think we still got it. There was plenty more to work with while we were waiting for the perfect sun placement. This is also a Milwaukee park, so wedding parties especially should check for necessary permits.

It was already pretty busy with joggers on the weekday that we went, so I imagine it would be significantly busier during the weekend, too. Just as a heads-up. But when I see those grandeur mountains and snowy peaks, and look at my field-saturated Wisconsin photos… I might go like half a point up on the saltiness scale.

Bring some bug spray. And yet somehow, this engagement session turned out to be one of my all-time favorites. Even in direct, noonday sun. The lighting from this shoot left me with deep, rich shadows, and diamond-glistening water. I ended up editing the photos with a little film-ier look than I normally do, but it just spoke to the classy timelessness of both the setting and the couple.

It makes me happy. Not too far from Mckinley Marina, we have the lovely Mckinley Pier. I was unsure as to whether or not I should lump it in with the Marina, but really — the two are so different. It also takes pretty much forever to walk from the Marina to the end of the pier. Okay, maybe a 15 minute walk. So, this is actually pretty funny.

But we all woke up at about 5am for a sunrise engagement session… only to find that fog decided to block out any sunrise whatsoever. Long story short, we went back for their wedding with a little more luck and a little different look. Otherwise, just a cool landmark for the most dedicated of fans! Behold, the Brew City Beloved. One of my favorite parts about using the MAM as a backdrop is that every photographer uses it so differently. Of course, the white tower and whales-tale are among the most popular points to emphasize.

Used less-often is the east side of the building, next to the lake. As far as I know, this one is only available if your couple is renting the facility. I used it for a first-look. I was there in March… so, weather was totally hit-or-miss. But even so, the location was totally worth using.

Nothing against it, of course. Acres, acres, and acres of land and trails. And the grand hills are just about the closest thing you can find to a mountain around here, too. This is another one that you definitely want to scope out ahead of time if you want to get everything out of it that you can.

Maybe take some you-time to explore all the trails, winding roads, nooks, and crannies. Ooh, also, it changes a lot during different seasons. More details on that to come. There is an entrance fee of a few dollars, which includes parking. You should know that The Pritzlaff requires proof of liability insurance in order to permit photographers access, which needs to be given in advance of the wedding. So just be careful where you step — and have a great time! Vintage, rustic, natural… beautiful.

When I first went to look for a public farm setting for clients, I landed at Trimborn Farm below. I have to admit, I got into a habit of taking similar styled clients back there over and over. One thing that sets this property apart is the more expansive walking space. I LOVE the big open fields. Another location that can definitely benifit from some exploring.

In my opinion, the quintessential downtown. I avoided shooting downtown engagement sessions for so long, because I was so afraid of trying to navigate around the throngs of people.

Much to my pleasant surprise, this part of the city is urban, modern, not too crowded, and actually not overwhelming for rural-raised girls. For my clients looking for this look, I usually just tell them to meet me at the Rock Bottom Brewery back patio, and grab a beer beforehand to loosen up.

Seriously, it makes a difference. From there, I usually just walk out on one side of the Riverwalk, talking as we go, stopping here and there to shoot. Then we cross the bridge, come back, and boom. Similar to the riverwalk above, just a different location. This spot is a little less urban — there is more foliage along the walk, natural textures, etc.. Maybe I just got lucky that I shot a daytime reception here, but goodness gracious.

Exposed brick, woodworked ceilings, wide open windows… I was a big fan. One of my favorites! I went there for one on a Friday, and we just sneakily worked around the rehearsal dinner that was going on.

Anyway, lots of old farmhouse buildings and barns. Every time I go here I find something new. If you manage to locate it, please tell me! But I mean seriously. This one is worth a mention. The main reason I share this spot is because oftentimes, I get clients who hand me the hourly wedding schedule, with locations, without a second thought. If the venue is Turner Hall, if I were you, I would make sure to set aside some daylight time to shoot around. Michelle - Farber australian dating You let daddy taste your pussy Married and horney want casual sex encounters women Baxter who want fucking.

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