When I'm working as a Los Angeles wedding photographer, and I'm presented with a trendy urban venue like Huron Substation, I'm going to do my best to create the unexpected. Although couples hire me for many reasons, I'd like to think that one of the most important is my creativity. It's easy to look at the work of other wedding photographers from a specific venue and then emulate what they have already created. In some case, the photographer copying another's work may even do a better job at that photograph than the originator. And in the grand scheme of things, it's not a terrible idea for someone who lacks ideas or personal creativity to do such a thing to help ensure that their clients receive the best possible results from their wedding photography. However, I demand more from myself and my studio. In this particular example of this bride and groom at Huron Substation, I've photographed them through a window-like area while standing inside a room in the upstairs area. There's a balcony that runs along the entire periphery of the upstairs and that would be the natural choice when a photographer is looking to capture this kind of image from afar. However, changing one thing, in this instance my position, changes the complete nature of the photograph and offers the bride and groom something truly unique. If you'd like to learn more about this spectacular venue, Huron Substation is located in downtown Los Angeles, California. Phone: (323) 225-8909. Website: http://www.huronsubstation.com.
Location: 2640 Huron St, Los Angeles, CA 90065.