Erica and Matt are the proud pet parents of Biscuit. They are getting married this coming October, and can’t have Biscuit at the wedding, so we celebrated her in the engagement session. It’s been plastic fantastic camera theme with the holga at the studio lately. The above proof sheet are the film images, with on camera flash and the white seamless backdrop paper.
They say, “When you meet the love of your life, time stands still.” – from the movie Big Fish. Caleb thought this way when he saw Ashley for the first time, he said your like popcorn- or something to that effect- so popcorn theme it was for the engagement session. With 5 bags of popcorn, the fashion fan, and an assistant on a Iadder, we created this image. I love my couples- willing to be different and play in photos. […]
Jannkia fell in love with 2 wedding dresses, and decided rather than choose between the two, she would get both and wear one for the engagement session! This fit perfectly for a formal photo shoot in the studio. For Jannika and Jason we created a classic and timeless look for their engagement session and included their fur babies who were quite dapper in their tuxes. Jason has quite a sense of humor, so for the second look, he was allowed […]
Always remember that love and marriage is a commitment through life, so you have to hold on tight! Your spouse always deserves the best of you, not the leftovers at the end of the day. Never take each other for granted. You chose each other for life, so always show each other why you did.
– Nick and Carli
Richard and I went through the photos together and they are… SPECTACULAR!!! We feel like you truly captured our love and happiness! 🙂 We can’t imagine anyone else taking our wedding photos and we are so happy to have you as our photographer! <3 Much love, Karen and Richard The Lecia sofort is a fun instant camera that uses fuji instax film. They come in a variety of colors, I choose the white one. Took in on location to […]
Moving from the studio to the second location, Irvine regional park, rich in green thanks to all the rain we have been getting here is Southern California, I brought along my Hasselblad film camera, 150 mm lens, and shot some ilford film.
Mika and Ken are having an american style wedding, and wanted to incorporate their Korean Heritage in the studio engagement session. Perfect opportunity to shoot some 8 x 10 color polaroid film. Thank you to my couples who appreciate the art of film.