Why is the Duquesne Incline a good choice for wedding photos or an engagement session?
- This incline has more charm and character than the Monongahela incline. The view from the top is also a more panoramic view of Pittsburgh than the one at the eastern end of Mount Washington.
- It can be challenging getting great photos on the incline itself, because it’s a very short ride, much darker inside than outside, and there are often quite a few other passengers.
- It’s also not that to convenient to very many places – unless you’re having your reception at the Sheraton at Station Square or The LeMont, it’s probably not worth it to make the trip over here.
Please don’t overlook what time of day your photo session will take place! Note that each photo has a not-particularly-attractive time stamp on it. Why did I put these ugly numbers all over these photos? Because time of day is critical to creating beautiful photos. And time of day is fluid depending on the time of year. For example, 6:30pm might be the perfect time of day for photos at the North Shore in May… but if you go at 6:30pm in November, it’s going to be dark. Be sure to consult a sunset calculator so you know when it will be getting dark on the day of your shoot. Better yet – ask your photographer!
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Christina Montemurro Photography specializes in Pittsburgh weddings and bar/bat mitzvahs. Using a photojournalistic approach, Christina creates genuine, heartfelt, relaxed images, with extraordinary attention to detail and customer service. Contact Christina now to check availability for your engagement session, wedding, bar mitzvah or bat mitzvah. Christina has been rated among top Pittsburgh photographers. You can read reviews by Christina’s past brides and grooms here and here.