Camille’s Dad was purchasing one of my prints of the Newport LDS Temple when we started talking about his daughter’s upcoming wedding. When they finally set the date, I wasn’t available so I tag teamed with Natalie Williams. Natalie has shot countless weddings with me as well as for “Burnt Exposure” and she rocks it every time. She shot the wedding and I handled all the post production. A great team effort. I was super sad I wouldn’t be able to be there in person, after meeting Camille and Ryan. They are the type that enter a room and just beam good energy, as you’ll be able to see. Here are a few of our favs. Good luck guys! Congrats.
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I hate catch up blogging, but sometimes the wedding season requires it. What a summer and spring it’s been. I dread posting all these shots until I get om my MAC at 11:00 at night and then I can’t stop. There must be meetings out there for people with my problems. well, this wedding will always stand out to me (mostly bc the ferris wheel) but the whole design and feel of the wedding was outstanding. Huge props to Kirstin’s mom Rene` and their awesome floral designer… Design By Aubrey. I first met Kirstin while shooting her Srn pictures, which feels like last year. Maybe i’ll slip one of those pics on here if she doesn’t kill me! She grew up in San Clemente and met Steven at BYU. He’s working his way to dental school and then they plan on settling down in AZ (why not San Clemente I have no idea!) They were such a darling couple… can I say that? From engagements to wedding, they had a great vintage flare and were willing to do ANYTHING for a good picture. We found this old house in the woods with the roof falling in and decided to climb some fences (yes in the pink dress) to check it out. It has become one of fav locations. Sorry again about getting your car all muddy Kirstin…
Let’s start with my favorite shot of the day –
Now we get to the Bridal Pictures from Spring… Totally different processing… Cool and Clean, but a little grungy –
Man I love this shot…. Could be my fav bridal yet.
And for the Wedding!! Well, since i’m working on the wedding album, I want to wait to post some spreads from the album instead… so here are a few teasers in the meantime!
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Oh and here is Kirstin and her mom when i did her Srn pictures back when i had no kids! Man they grow up fast.
Heidi had no idea what she was getting into as we pulled off the road 10 minutes from my house. I had just found this old abandoned house while shooting engagements (coming soon) with Kirstin and Steve and wanted to really contrast the beatiful dress with some grunge and dirt and see if we could get to see a new different side of Heidi. Well we climbed fences, walked through the woods, and then over rusty nails and rotting floorboards (yes i fell through twice!) to capture this shot. But man the exhilarating feeling of getting the image I saw in my minds eye as I layed in bed that morning, was worth every risk. I’m glad Heidi’s favorite is mine too since we took a TON of images. I’ve noticed I like to go all out for bridal shoots and get some really fun images to show off the bride. Def one of my favorite types of shoots that i don’t get to do all that often these days. Thank you Heidi for being so willing to go outside your comfort zone. You nailed it! Thanks to My Splendid Sentiments for the killer bouquet as well and Heidie’s Maid of Honor for saving the dress on a few occastions, and helping out so much! Hope you enjoy the images as much as I do.
And here we are making our way back out of the house. Not recommended for any bride who values her dress!
I probably should have stayed in CA during this wedding since my wife was not sure if she’d be buying me an emergency plan ticket home to help deliver our new baby. She almost did buy me a ticket the night before the wedding, but it turned out to be the braxton hicks luckily. oh and the baby was born all well. I’ll post on that next. So Jared and Mandy are a perfect match. I know because I was Jared’s roomate for about 3 years in college. An he is still the exact same person. Love it. We had a blast even though it was like 15 degrees out and Mandy was barely able to smile. Great style – and the Salt Lake City Hardware building made for an amazing reception venue. We took some pictures out in California after their engagement session, but I’ll have to post those later.
Turns out I’m related to Amanda through Cathy, and now Rob and his awesome family, right? Bring on the babysitters! It was especially fun to have my own family invited as guests, and to see all my cousins from Cathy’s side. Robbie’s house was a perfect place for a reception and everyone had a blast. We decided to do a beach shoot in the morning to save time after the ceremony as it was a late in the afternoon. I’m so glad we did as I Love the flexibility it gave us and I think we got some of my favorite shots in the morning light.
This is probably my favorite shot of the morning.
Look at the happily just married couple.
Tofer met a little lady that night. He led her behind the tables and gave her a some ripped up plant leaves. That boy’s got good instincts. Yes I am proud father.
This is why you don’t mess with a personal trainer. If I wasn’t there, I would have thought for sure that was a right hook.
I know rice kill birds and all, but what kinds of side effects come from jumbo sparklers? I had to post this scene of chaos right before the Amanda and Robbie ran to the car.
We shot this ring shot with Brians amazingly sharp lens by taking a piece of paper and backlighting it with a slave flash. I think it turned out nice.