The holidays are approaching soon, so I'm expecting many photo shoots!!
Yesterday, I shot a a photo shoot with Carole and her boyfriend. They were visiting San Francisco for a couple days, so they needed a photographer to capture their time spent here together! They seemed so in love-- I can understand why they wanted to photos taken for this very first trip they took together.
They stayed at the amazing St. Regis Hotel in San Francisco in South Market district. They wanted boudoir type photos to be taken in their room--of course they were very tasteful and classy. We then took photos outside of the hotel.
It was very inspiring to see a couple so in love! I think the photos turned out great. I compiled all the photos in a CD for Carole as well.
How's everyone doing?
I've been shooting many weddings! I shot yet another one at San Francisco City Hall. I have probably shot more than a dozen weddings here that it almost feels like home to me ;).
Melissa approached me with the need for a professional photographer for this very special event. There were very few people--around 8 to 10 people. But the event was still just as precious, and I think I captured the event well.
Congrats again, Melissa!
I got the opportunity to shoot another wedding-- Linda and Liam's Wedding. While I have had experience shooting very big weddings, this wedding was very intimate and small, and I have to say--I really enjoyed it. The wedding was held at Moon Mountain Ranch in Sonoma. The location was absolutely amazing. It was very secluded and overlooked the beautiful vineyards and scenery of Sonoma. it was a perfect place for an intimate wedding. The ceremony and decorations were beautiful---Yellow and Teal colored theme, lovely flowers, balloons, and even some lemonade. The most enchanting part of the wedding was the candle lighting ceremony-- it definitely set the mood! Congratulations Linda and Liam!
One of the greatest things about being a photographer is I get the capture the moments that matter the most. As a photographer, the picture I take allows my clients to savor that moment and feeling in a picture and relive it over and over. It's a huge job, but it's very rewarding. Last Wednesday, I did my first videography gig for a marriage proposal. We shot at Sutro heights Park near Ocean Beach in San Francisco. Argel, has been planning this very special occasion very carefully and meticulously, so I knew I had to do an awesome job. He drove from Los Angeles to San Francisco, changed into a tuxedo for the proposal, and hired Andy Kong to play "Secrets" by One Republic as he climbed up to propose to Jessica. All of their friends and family were there to share this special moment with them as well. It was a very fun experience. I am hoping to work more with videography! Congrats, again Argel and Jessica!