Columbus Ohio Wedding Photographer
BRIAN KELLOGG IS A PHOTOJOURNALISTIC WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER LOCATED IN COLUMBUS, OHIO.
He travels around the world for weddings. He has been shooting weddings for eleven years. Brian specializes in photojournalism wedding photography capturing all the details and the cherished moments of your wedding day. Brian Kellogg specializes in wedding photography in Columbus, Ohio.
Your wedding is about spending time with your family. We capture those moments that you will love forever.
When you become a client we will guide you through the entire process. You will receive an heirloom album, engagement session, high-resolution digital negatives, and plenty of time on your wedding day.
We will also send you a free newsletter to help you plan your wedding.
I want you to get the most value out of my website. Please check out our post on wedding vendors that I recommend.
I want to help every bride that contacts me. Please put your email address in the form below if you would like helpful tips, tricks, and how to save money on your wedding day. I will not share your email address with anyone. I will not sell you anything in the emails as well.
My best clients are people that like a candid look to their wedding photos. They want the best albums and hand down generations like a family heirloom. They want to protect their album with a engraved wood box. They also want to be guided on what photos to pick and what would look good on the wall.
I always like to help out my clients any way I can. Here is a link to Wedding vendors that I recommend. I hope it will help you. Planning a wedding can be tough. Having a list of people you can trust is very nice to have.
The timeline for any wedding is also somewhat difficult because you probably have never put together one before. You would be surprised how long a receiving line can take or family portraits. You need to make sure you have time for the creative portraits you paid your photographer to produce. This link should help you make a wedding timeline that is stress free.
I always produce a some day edit and project the best 60 wedding photos I took that day after dinner on the wedding day. I love the look that are on people's faces when they watch the slideshow. It is one of my favorite moments when everyone gets to see the photos. Here is a link to view more about a same day edit.
Some couples like to be traditional and see each other when they walk down the aisle. Some couples like to save time by getting all the photos done beforehand and be with guests more during the cocktail hour. Whatever you choose you can decide for yourself by clicking here for this article on why you should have a first look.
I found this very helpful article on how to make a seating chart on Pinterest. I made a variation of it and wrote my own article. I wish I found it when I was planning my own wedding. I hope you find this helpful as well. Here is the link on how to make a seating chart for your wedding.