Light Painted Wedding Photograph at The 3 Ten
Joannie and I are pleased to share Clint & Kaia’s light painted wedding photograph at The 3 Ten Event Venue in Faribault, MN.
In our “Part One” post about their pretty winter wedding, we shared the events leading up to, and just after their wedding ceremony. That included some really fun wedding photographs with their very own parade float taken during a winter snowstorm!
Then in “Part Two”, we shared many of the images we created during their wedding reception at The 3 Ten. Those included some pretty (and pretty wet) wedding photos of Clint and Kaia taken outside during the heaviest snow of the day!
Up For A Challenge
That brings us to Clint and Kaia’s light painted wedding photo at The 3 Ten. I know I’ve mentioned this before (probably every time), but selecting a location to create one of our one-of-a-kind light paintings at a wedding is frequently very difficult to do. But at Clint and Kaia’s wedding, it was a much easier decision due to the winter storm. Outside was simply not a possibility at all.
That left us with selecting something cool indoors during their wedding reception. To me, that was the bar at The 3 Ten. While the whole building interior is really very nice, a good light painting needs depth and details to really stand out. The bar area would look awesome light painted.
I’m sure you can see what might be the challenging part here. There’s a wedding reception going on and there’s going to be wedding guests at the bar all night long! Well, I decided to give it a try anyway. The worst thing that could happen is that it doesn’t turn out.
I’m pleased to say that not only did it turn out, but it turned out pretty awesome too! Joannie & I patiently waited for people to come and go from the bar, watching for areas to open up that needed to be light painted. We had the bartenders in on what we were up to and they were very accommodating for us.
When you watch the short YouTube video about Clint and Kaia’s light painted wedding photograph created at The 3 Ten, you’ll notice guests in many of the frames that we ended up using to create the final image below.
Thank you for taking the time to read our post and we wish all of you a Happy New Year! – M&J