I just wanted to share a quick photo of a bridal session that I am working on. Jo gave us free reign to create something different and unique for these bridals. This is just one of them, of course we will share some more coming up soon.
You can read more about the Woodshops at http://www.awoodshop.net. As soon as angie puts the dates down for the other Woodshops you will be able to signup. Angie did you hear that. In the meantime we are available for Private Workshops and we just gave one yesterday. Even we have a lot of fun teaching at these. Teaching is really a passion of Angies, we would have been blind not to tell that when she went to school again after getting her PR/Marketing degree to go back to school to become an educator.
If you were thinking about taking one of the Woodshops, here is a great opportunity to get in at a discount.
The only fine print: To get this price it must be during a weekday and in April
DigitalPhotoBuzz is a really well run and helpful site for photographers. It has tutorials, reviews of new gear, inspiration. The site is run by Mark Stagi a talented photographer from the Bay area. Mark chose one of Angies photographs from the destination wedding in Cancun we shot last year. Along with the shot we sent over the settings and the gear used for all the tech’s out there.
You can read about the shot at the DigitalPhotoBuzz.com website.
If you are interested in seeing a few of the other pictures from this destination wedding in cancun you can view it here mexico wedding photographer
Kelley and James invited us to one of their favorite spots for this engagement session. I can say that we all had a lot of fun with Kelly telling us stories of her child hood hanging out and playing in the area. The area at the top of the mountain had rocks that reminded me another planet to be honest. It was fun to play around with something that looked so different. It was quite the hike and adventure. As you can tell from the photos it got dark on us, and we kind of got lost, trying to get back to the cars. Lots of joking about never making it back to the car were brought up.
James is a cameraman for news channel here in town so we had some fun collaborating on these shots. I wanted to say it really is a honor when someone who works in the industry choses you for their photography. It is both an honor as well as some pressure.
If you enjoyed this post you can view these other engagement sessions below