i mean, could it really get any more spectacular than this?
thrilled to have
back on the blog again with this stellar engagement session.
makes me fall in love with the california coast all over again. we are so lucky to call this place home. and many thanks to Brian for capturing a beautiful couple, but also this gorgeous backdrop.
you need to check out what else Brian has been up to on HIS BLOG. this is only one tiny glimpse of his fantabulous work. so go now.
before i reveal this week’s confetti throw fridays, i would like everybody to take note of what this family is going through and hope you can do whatever you can to help- even if it’s just spreading the word or donating $10. this wedding industry community has been known to rise and band together to help anyone in need. and this wedding photographer and his family could sure use some strength right now. i have been fortunate and blessed to experience what “every little helps” truly means. take note that for japan with love and for philippines with love did not raise as much money because it was people donating $1000 at a time. with for japan with love, there were over 1,400 individuals that donated to raise that large amount. and it’s ok if you can’t help financially, sometimes words and presence are even more comforting. i’ve had my fair share of dark days this past year. the amount of emails, text messages, facebook messages, instagram comments and tweets got me through a lot of those. please in whatever you can, take a moment to read their story and send them your strength. click HERE to read about Bobby, Lindsay, and Clive.
ok so here we go… confetti throw fridays no. 52.
(this shot though)
(not only was this bride’s gown fantabulous, but you need to check out the bridesmaids too)
(there aren’t words to describe this one except you just need to go see the rest.)
before i sign off, i touched upon this briefly on the facebook page. but this week we lost an incredibly kindhearted and talented soul. he has touched generations and will continue to do so through his films and shows. he gave life to one of my favorite Disney characters of all time and played a nanny that i wish was mine. he truly was one of a kind and there will be no other like him. he truly will be missed. o captain, my captain.
just a reminder to be a little more compassionate each day. you really don’t know what others are going through. have a fantastical weekend all.
love when engagement sessions start in the comfort of the couples’ homes.
excited to feature the work of Courtney Yee
on the blog with this San Francisco engagement session. sweet Courtney has a lot more up her sleeve so you’ll want to check out her latest work on HER BLOG. some serious jaw dropping work over there, so go now.
before i share this week’s confetti throw fridays, just had to share this image with you from one of the best in canada, ARON GOSS. when his travel post of his most recent adventure to switzerland and italy went up, this is the first image that stood out for me and i just stared at it for awhile. there’s just so much in this image. truly. check more of his travel frames HERE.
ok on to this week’s confetti throw fridays. remember i pick these from wedding photographer blogs i’m already subscribed to or as i discover throughout the week. it’s just another chance for me to showcase the talent that is out there and an opportunity for all other wedding photographers to cheer on their peers and throw some confetti with me.
i picked this one specifically because of the moment that was captured by Caroline in such a creative way.
recently discovered gui’s work through instagram and i am amazed
as always solid work from
super stoked to have Aaron and Whitney’s work back here on the blog with this engagement session.
oh and an added bonus, Aaron’s got a swell series going on inspired by True Detective (one of my most favorite shows ever). it’s pretty neat so follow his instagram to check it out and see below where his couple gets this treat.