There’s nothing quite like being witness to a secret proposal! That feeling of love in the air and that nervous energy is an amazing feeling; simply put, it’s just beautiful. Taylor and Lydia are an adventurous couple from Houston, TX on a “typical” weekend getaway to the Oregon coast. But little did Lydia know, Taylor secretly contacted us a month ago to plan this special moment… so we suggested this beautiful beach overlook. What happened was just pure magic! I’m seriously still giddy for the both of them and in love with the memories we captured for them. Here’s a quick peek of their secret beach proposal engagement session. Congratulations to you both!
We always love traveling to California to cover weddings! Having grown up there, it always reminds me of home. This trip was extra special because we were able to capture lifelong memories for two of the sweetest people you’ll meet – Frances and Todd. And a nostalgic bonus for me – the venue was just a few miles from where I grew up!! Here’s a favorite from their Turnip Rose Costa Mesa wedding.
To say that we were happy to be a part of Wendy and Sam’s wedding day would be a complete understatement! In truth, we were so blessed and truly honored because Wendy has been a great supporter of our work since even before we had a pro camera–very early on! lol. So when she contacted us last year about her engagement and upcoming wedding, we were overjoyed for her.
That’s why we’re so happy to share with you today some of our favorite photos from Wendy and Sam’s Shinzen Japanese Garden wedding in Fresno, CA.
We’re totally hanging this photo up on our walls. We planned this frame for 4 months leading up to our trip to Europe. Absolutely loved how it turned out. To get this romantic backlight (and to avoid the hordes of tourists), we had to plan for an early morning Eiffel Tower session.
One of my favorite photos from Rome, Italy. I do miss the Eternal City, it was our favorite destination of all the cities we stopped in.
While on our trip to Europe we were able to come away with some of our all-time favorite photos. Here’s one of us after we hiked up Holyrood Park overlooking Edinburgh.
After spending over a month with the Sony Alpha a7II mirrorless camera, here’s our honest review of camera with the point of view of someone coming from a DSLR to the Mirrorless system. There are a lot of reviews out there praising the latest and greatest, but many of them skip through the issues of this new camera.
We wanted to share this because many of you are looking for a new camera that is smaller than a DSLR. Take a look if you’re curious about the Sony A7II, or like many… are thinking about leaving DSLRs for the new Mirrorless cameras.
We broke the review into 2 parts. Watch the review videos below:
Part 1: Sony A7II Review – The PROs
Just wanted to share a quick favorite from Wendy and Sam’s Shinzen Japanese Garden wedding. The perfect spring blossom for their perfect day.
Let’s warm up the winter with captured moments from the endearing wedding of Chelsea and Jamel. They are genuinely two of the nicest AND cheerfullest people you’ll meet. You can’t help but to be happy in their presence and be happy for their happiness. It’s just all around happiness!! It was such a wonderful wedding to be a part of. Here’s a peek into the ranch styled wedding of Chelsea and her charming military man.
On Michelle and Mike’s sweetheart table was a quote from a love letter written by a little known romantic writer named Ludwig Van Beethoven; you of course universally know him better for his other hobby. “Ever thine. Ever mine. Ever ours.” Theirs was truly a day full of eternal love.. and we’re so happy to have been a part of it. So with this entry, we’d love to share with you today Michelle and Mike’s romantic winter wedding at the Portland City Grill. We hope you love these moments captured as much as we do!