Atlanta wedding photographers shoot at the Ponce City Market
As a Atlanta wedding photographer I get to shoot at the coolest places. This week I shot at the Ponce City Market. For those of you don't know that is refer-bushed historic Sears, Roebuck building. It is the areas larges adaptive reuse project. The historic structure has been reinvented at community hub housing a central food hall, diverse shops, flats and offices. The building has been redone but still keeps the original character if the historic landmark.
The bride at this shoot was just awesome! Had a positive sassy attitude and was ready to take on the day! She wore a sleeveless wedding dress with a basque waist. The top of the wedding dress had silver details the complimented her silver and diamond necklace. The wedding dress had chiffon layers that flowed as she moved as you can see in the photograph.
When you shoot at a new place you never know where you are going to find the places for the good shoots. The Ponce City Market had many unique opportunities for photo locations. There were natural back drops and skylines on the beltline connected to the building. There is even the Old Forth Ward Park across the street from Ponce City Market.
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