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Christora Osters

Green Apple Photography

Louisville, Kentucky

Engagement, Wedding

45 Awards

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When I found out the forecast for KaSandra and Joe Don’s wedding day was 102 degrees I knew we needed to find indoor options. This gorgeous staircase overlooked the foyer of their Danforth Chapel wedding. I’m so grateful they trusted me with the artistic vision for their day.

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After saying their vows, we walked outside to an intensely brilliant sunset. As the sun hit them and their heads lightly touched I asked them to silently prayer for each other and their marriage.

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With a ceremony site that was rained out with torrential downpours, I knew I wanted to get a shot of the brides in front of the fountain where they should have said their I Do's.

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This styled shoot took place at in Wisconsin at an old church that had been redesigned into a wedding venue. Even with the gorgeous wood details, our model really stole the show. This was the very first photo I snapped of her after she got into the dress. Stunning!!

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This was taken moments after Rachelle and Richard had their first look. A true candid, they couldn't help but smile every time they looked at one another throughout the day.

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At Sanctuary Cap Cana in the Dominican Republic they have an indoor waterfall flowing inside the walls of the castle... (yes there’s a castle where you can stay). I knew I wanted to incorporate the falling water but still remain focused on Kyla and Shane. The result was more than I could have hoped for.

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When Colleen walked into this room of mirrors I knew we had to use them as a focal point. Lighting her from inside the room was a challenge because of the reflection so my assistant stood outside the door and we used a boom to create this stunning portrait.

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Katherine wanted her day to be filled with friends, family, and of course bubbly. We snagged this shot right before she got into her gown. The glint in her eyes told me she felt a bit mischievous.

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Taking pics in the fall is a favorite of engaged couples in Kentucky.
We really used the colors and the bright blue of the sky to our advantage.

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Amber and Nik's wedding day was rained out to say the least. She walked down the aisle to spritzing and they married while their guests all held umbrellas. We were so lucky to snag a break in the rain when I noticed the twinkling lights hanging from the trees had been turned on. I asked them to simply look at each other and of course, they couldn't resist holding each other for a kiss.

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This stunning couple had to move their wedding from Louisville, Kentucky to Winter Park, Florida in 17 days. I’m so grateful they wanted me to capture their day - when the sunset popped out we just had to use the refraction from the fountain. This couple had me swooning the whole day!

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