Well it’s been way too long since I’ve blogged anything, but it’s been a busy spring shooting various projects so I’ve let the weeds grow around here a little bit. Now that wedding season is starting to get in full swing I’m trying to get back into blogging mode. We’re also still tweaking the layout of the website so please excuse any funky formatting you see.
These pictures are from a recent shoot down at Discovery Park in Magnolia. I can’t wait for Meredith & Joe’s wedding, which is coming up soon in Downtown Seattle. They have such great chemistry and it shows in front of the camera. People always ask what they need to do for engagement or wedding portraits, and it’s super simple actually. Just be yourselves and do what comes naturally and the pictures will turn out awesome!
Lauren and Steve’s wedding at Sand Point Country Club & Our Lady of the Lake Church. After the ceremony we headed down to Magnuson Park for the bride and groom portraits. The weather that day was on our side because we got beautiful sun light, combined with angry skies from an approaching thunderstorm. Had a great time with them and their family’s.
Here’s a few from Carrie and Rick’s fall wedding in Bellevue. We started the day getting ready in a suite at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue. We did a little photo shoot in Lincoln Square before heading over to St. Andrews Lutheran Church in Bellevue, and then to the wedding reception at the Tam O’ Shanter Golf & Country Club.
Kevin & Kate’s wedding at the Seattle Tennis Club… Definitely one of my favorites from last year.
This is often a shot that inexperienced photographers miss, that I absolutely love. The shot of the bride and groom is important to get, but if you swing around and shoot whats behind you, there is often a great shot of all their friends and family watching.
A few from Laura and Ray’s beautiful wedding at the Novelty Hill Winery in Woodinville.
I had some without the hand in the shot, but I kind of like the behind the scenes element it adds.