( I’m really here for the Ocotillos) Anza Borrego Desert Park is breathtakingly beautiful. About 3 hours from Orange County. There is a fantastic hike called ” The Slot” accessible via dirt road no four-wheeler required. Traveled there in late January and the wildflowers were already starting to bloom. Film pictures shot with the Hasselblad Camera. The Flowers are beautiful, but I find the Ocotillos, have stolen my heart. Hiking The Slot Look for the small sign on the road, […]
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“It was the perfect setting made into the perfect day! Getting to spend it with my best friend and creating these beautiful memories was worth every minute of that day!”- Pamela Our Train getaway photo shoot to Santa Barbara Featured in Modern Luxury Weddings Magazine. View More of the adventure here.
You completely captured the silly fun loving side of our relationship that is usually only when we are alone. These photos are such a gift and just the beginning … I can’t even contain my excitement knowing there is still the wedding and then the trash the dress… we are so lucky! – Tabatha Film, Darkroom, and Fun with Robotab for their studio engagement session, as some Chromoskadaik Sabatier process from Freestyle Photo. A traditional Proof sheet of black […]
These photos are spectacular!! We are over the moon excited about these, we just looked through all of them! Thank you so much for your incredible work, you totally captured the experience beautifully! – Sarah & Ben
Boudoir week at the studio up until Feb 14th. 1 outfit, and 10 polaroids of your choice in time for the 14th, or just a random Tuesday. Come ready to have some fun, and sip on bubbles, and brace yourself for the fashion fan / glamour wind. Email the studio for more details. <3
Hillary and Matt reside in Chicago planned their destination wedding at the beautiful Surf and Sand Resort in Laguna Beach. “Not only did I want to get married by or on a beach, I have family in Orange County, and when I visited as a child/teenager I fell in love with Laguna.”- Hillary
What you see is what you get. Ilford Harman direct positive paper photographed with the 8 x 10 camera is the finished artwork. There is no negative, no digital, no enlarging. Sarah and Ben our wedding clients were in the studio for their post wedding bridal portraits. They had to hold the shots for about 2 seconds, and patiently wait for me to develop them in the studio darkroom/ bathroom. This paper and process is beautiful, so nice to […]