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!
Very excited to announce that the website update is finally complete. We started with a different designer in October, and after a couple painful month of troubleshooting, decided to scrap everything and go another way in December. The good news is, we’re just about done, and the new design will enable some super cool new features.
This engagement session never made it to the blog, despite being one of my favorites from last year. We cruised around Ballard a little bit, and shot a few in front of the restaurant where they had their first date. I love it when we can incorporate personal touches or history to portrait shoots. After walking around Ballard for a bit, we headed down to Golden Gardens Beach Park for a little sunset portrait session near the water.
Who says winter in Seattle is miserable? Shot this a few short weeks ago at the SAM Olympic Sculpture Park on Elliott Bay… It’s true what they say about the Golden Hour! Best light of the day…
A few from Geni and Tom’s Engagement Portrait Session at the Olympic Sculpture Park.