We received the photos and we LOVE them! SO EXCITED!!!! THANK YOU! YOU’RE AMAZING!- Jasmine Fun having Jovany and Jasmine in the studio for their engagement session with both cinestill film, ilford, and digital. Film images: Fun digitals
“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.”
Part one of the “engagement Getaway” photo shoot for Pamela and Alan. We boarded the Amtrak Surfliner at the Artic Station in Anaheim, destination downtown Santa Barbara. The second set of images taken at the Santa Barbara Zoo with be the next post on the blog, stay tuned.
After meeting at an 80’s party, he was in a Don Johnson Miami Vice shirt, she, a mini skirt and some neon, 80’s theme it was for the engagement session! With a soundtrack of Hungry Eyes, Hit Me With Your Best Shot, and Footloose, to name a few, we had the perfect 80’s vibe in the studio to create some fun non generic engagement photos. Plastic Fantastic: Shooting some cinestill film with a Holga, a plastic camera, was a must, since […]
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. […]