The Wedding Photography Studio of Joe DeFabis
Are you looking for amazing wedding photography? Your first visit should be the DeFabis Photography Wedding Gallery on the Northwest side of Indianapolis, home of Indiana's award winning wedding photographer Joe DeFabis. This 1500 square foot photography "museum” of wedding photography displays one of the most intriguing, and absolutely stunning weding photography in one location. The Wedding Gallery contains; albums of all different sizes, wall portraits, engagement folios, save the date cards and magnets. The wedding gallery is also host of several open houses each year where customers can view the latest wedding photography by Joe DeFabis while having refreshments and enjoying a glass of wine while discussing wedding photography options.
Wedding Photography Gallery
The wedding photography work of Joe DeFabis is perfectly placed on the wall, easel or ceiling in the gallery, but appears to simply transform you to the time and place in the photograph. The detail in the individuals portrayed in the settings from all around the world, along with the impeccable lighting and coloring, only add to the overall effect. It is Italy meets a New York loft with inviting, plush leather sofas mixed in with Queen Elizabeth style throne seating. The exposed pipes and brick walls draw you into the quaint wine cellar and beg you to sip on a glass as your peruse the gorgeous wedding photography. As you are touring the gallery, you may stop and view additional photographs on the large flat screen or sit and enjoy looking at 100’s of examples of the Italian Wedding Books at your fingertips. Next to it all- is the open shooting area ready for one-of-a-kind Boudoir Photography and Bridal Portraits beyond your imagination.
Wedding Photography Open Houses
The Wedding Gallery is open by appointment Monday - Friday day or evening and on Sunday's. Several open houses are scheduled during the year and you can check for the next open house on our schedule below and view some of the best wedding photography in Indiana.