NOLA Weddings 2019
Governor John Bel Edwards speaks to students of Tulane Law School in New Orleans, LA.
A visual presentation honoring the longest running college president in the United States. Dr. Norman C. Francis. Without the following help this video would not have been possible Credits – Nola.com , The Clarion Herald, X.U. Archives Department especially Irwin Lachoff, The Black Collegian, Louisiana Hometown Network, “A House Divided” Documentary, and Xavier University .
Wedding Photography and Video by Kapture NOLA
Newborn Portrait Photography by Kapture NOLA We had the pleasure of kapturing the newest edition to the the Grandpré Family. Baby Gray was a little cranky at first but once mom stepped in, things started to smoothe out. If you want pricing on your Newborn Photo Shoot please email Joseph@KaptureNOLA.com For booking please visit the Contact […]
Quiana and Ronald’s Wedding Slideshow and Photos As a New Orleans Wedding Photographer we’ve had some interesting families that we’ve photographed. With that being said we had an exceptionally good time meshing with these two fun-loving families on the north shore. To reserve us for Wedding Photography and/or Video in New Orleans Please visit our Weddings Page or […]
Engagement Portrait Photography The natural chemistry was evident with this engagement photo shoot. We didn’t have to do too much directing, not to mention our clients were sharply dressed and enveloped in beautiful sunlight and scenery.
Kapture NOLA had a genuinely good time celebrating the wedding of Ashley and Chris. Congratulations and good luck on your future together.
Louisiana is home to many chapters of various secret societies dating back to the early 1700s. The settlement of Fort Louis de la Mobile celebrated America’s very first Mardi Gras in 1703. In 1704, Mobile established a secret society (Masque de la Mobile), much like those that form our current Mardi Gras krewes today. Back […]