A Nautical Wedding at Columbia Yacht Club in Chicago by Sprung Photo
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4M ago
  Here is another featured post about my favorite Chicago area venues!   Nothing says sophistication quite like a wedding at Columbia Yacht Club in Chicago. Established in 1892, this historic club has been hosting events for over 125 years. From the exceptional service and enticing menus to the breathtaking panoramic views of Lake Michigan & the skyline, Columbia Yacht Club will have your guests reminiscing for years to come.   Below is a summer wedding I photographed on the Aft Deck of the Abegweit at Columbia Yacht Club:   [See image gallery at www.victoriasprungpho ..read more
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An Autumn Wedding on University of Chicago Campus by Sprung Photo
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4M ago
  Here is another featured post about my favorite Chicago area venues!   The University of Chicago isn’t just a prestigious school in the Hyde Park neighborhood, it’s also a gorgeous location for your wedding day. Start the day off by getting ready at The Study Hotel, then walk through campus for wedding party photos with lush greenery and gothic architecture, make your way over to Bond Chapel for your ceremony, followed by a reception at the historical Quadrangle Club.   Below is a beautiful fall wedding I photographed on UIC campus:   [See image gallery at www.victori ..read more
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A Colorful Wedding at Catalyst Ranch in Chicago by Sprung Photo
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4M ago
  Here is another featured post about my favorite Chicago area venues!   If you’re looking to bring a one-of-a-kind, whimsical atmosphere of vibrant colors and decor curated from every corner of the globe to your wedding, Catalyst Ranch is the perfect Chicago venue.    Below is a September wedding I photographed at Catalyst Ranch:   [See image gallery at www.victoriasprungphotography.com] Imagine more for your wedding! You can contact Catalyst Ranch directly at their website linked here and if you liked how this wedding was photographed, you may contact Victoria ..read more
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How I Shot It: Photography Tutorial 54
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4M ago
  When you want to light up the snow, but not the whole alley, slap on a MagMod MagGrid!   How it was done: Settings: f/2.8, ISO 100, shutter 1/200th There is one light behind the couple with one MagMod MagGrid. Flash was set at about 1/8th. Light is pointed straight on, about shoulder height, and was set up 10 feet away to still get a nice spread of lit up snow. The rest is natural light, which is helped by the reflection of the alley ground and walls, the open shade of the alley, and the bride’s white dress.           This Educational Post was Brought t ..read more
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How I Shot It: Photography Tutorial 53
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11M ago
  I love night sky portraits! This was taken just 2 hours outside Chicago in Middle Fork River Forest Preserve at about 11pm.          How it was done: Settings: f/2.8, shutter: 10 seconds, lens: 15mm, ISO: 1600 I had one flash with a blue MagMod Pro Creative Gels pointed toward the tree (camera left), and one flash with a MagMod MagGrid pointed to the Couple (camera left, just out of frame). The flashes were at 1/16th Since it was incredibly dark (almost a new moon), I was able to freeze the subjects during the long exposure Single capture (one frame, no c ..read more
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Featured in Redfin’s Fun Facts About Chicago
Victoria Sprung Photography, LLC Blog
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1y ago
  Redfin recently reached out to me, wanting to know some of my favorite things about Chicago! You can check out my quote in this fun article: https://www.redfin.com/blog/fun-facts-about-chicago/   The post Featured in Redfin’s Fun Facts About Chicago first appeared on Chicago Wedding Photographer Victoria Sprung of Sprung Photo ..read more
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How I Shot It: Photography Tutorial 52
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1y ago
  I thought I’d show a little behind the scenes for a first dance at a wedding! This venue had big windows on the main floor that opened up to an outdoor area. I thought it would be fun to get some photos from the outside looking in, while my 2nd photographer took some from inside.         How it was done: I used 2 Godox AD200 flashes: one inside to camera left, and one inside to camera right. They are each on light stands, about 10 feet up so that I could get them far back.     Here is a diagram that shows the placement of the flashes:     &nbs ..read more
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An Indoor Garden Wedding at Garfield Park Conservatory in Chicago by Sprung Photo
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1y ago
  Here is another featured post about my favorite Chicago area venues!   Garfield Park Conservatory is a colorful, lush multi-room event space in the city of Chicago. Treat your wedding guests to a tropical island paradise experience in an urban environment.   Below is a Summer Wedding I photographed in Horticulture Hall at Garfield Park Conservatory:   [See image gallery at www.victoriasprungphotography.com]   You can contact Garfield Park Conservatory directly at their website linked here and if you liked how this wedding was photographed, you may contact Vict ..read more
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How I Shot It: Photography Tutorial 51
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1y ago
  Whenever a venue features huge windows with a beautiful view, I want to make sure I’m properly exposing both the inside and outside. I wanted to make sure I wasn’t also lighting up the entire room, and bring the focus to the Ceremony moments.   How it was done: There are two AD200 flashes up front outside the frame, slightly behind the couple and on each side, pointed in toward them. They each have a MadMod MagGrid on them. I used a mirror to reflect the scene on the bottom.           This Educational Post was Brought to You by MagMod!   &nbs ..read more
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A Modern Wedding at The City Hall in Chicago by Sprung Photo
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1y ago
  Here is another featured post about my favorite Chicago area venues!   Located in Chicago’s West Loop neighborhood, The City Hall brings an art deco, industrial feel to your wedding day. Their experienced events team is ready to help you envision and plan the wedding of your dreams according to your budget, style, and theme!   Below is a Summer wedding I photographed at The City Hall:   [See image gallery at www.victoriasprungphotography.com] You can contact The City Hall directly at their website linked here and if you liked how this wedding was photographed ..read more
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