H Photography – Best Wedding Photography in 2015
Every New Year brings about a more nuanced understanding that where there is pleasure, where there is passion, there will always be a chance to achieve perfection. In the beginning of 2015 we chose to glance at the puzzling, enigmatic future ahead of us with ardent emotion and excitement. We knew we had another opportunity to blast past our previous limitations and breathe in the picturesque Chicago suburbs in the dim lights of fall, or the magnificent Chicago skyline on an electric summer night, while placing our bride and groom on creative pedestals and anxiously shooting photo after photo with the hope that the best wedding pictures will not delay in making themselves manifest
Photography has captured the timeless moments of dozens of couples, not only in the state of Illinois, but all over the United States and even Europe. We have witnessed firsthand elegant, bright, fun, sophisticated, cosmopolitan weddings in spring, summer, fall and winter, and we have had the privilege to express ourselves freely. In discovering that beyond the fixed artistic boundaries that others have established, an unexplored space is awaiting us, we have chosen to test the limits…and each time the bride and groom have given us the freedom to step into the infinite unknown of art, we have felt challenged to create something unique that would surpass the preset boundaries, but would also be substantially personal to our muses, the couple. We are grateful for all the opportunities we have had to share our love for photography with others.
Words could never express the immense joy and pleasure we find in our work. The captured moments we present to our couples in their wedding albums are defining ones. It is in their eyes that we find the eagerness to continue our quest to improve our art and the desire to preserve the sense of astonishment that comes with the final artistic result.
We hope these pictures will be the witness of our constant provocation to perpetually improve upon our best, and propel ourselves to surmount the ever-lingering, forbidden valley of artistic status quo.