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Jennifer and Van – Desert Engagement Session

Posted on January 23rd, by admin in blog, engagement sessions. No Comments

The minute we met Jennifer and Van we knew our desert sand storm photo session idea was going to rock!  It’s as if Van knew to bring a cowboy hat to fit our theme just right!  We happened to be out on a family Rhino ride back in the hills behind out house and as we romped around have a good time we realized how cool the dust looked as it began to settle behind us as the sunset.  With our creativity flowing we knew this was going to be an upcoming spot for a willing couple.  All we needed was someone in love and willing to get a little dirty 🙂

Jennifer and Van where such good sports and didn’t complain one time as we had Brandon dust them out as we snapped away.  We are looking forward to seeing what we can put these two through on their wedding day…..

 

-Amber and Jeff


Friedia and Sunny – Engagement and Post Wedding Session Hollywood California

Posted on July 5th, by admin in blog, post wedding session, weddings. No Comments

This past weekend we had the extreme honor of shooting two best friends of ours in a post wedding/engagement session.  See we where booked for the weekend of their wedding 🙁  so we figured hey lets get em all dressed up and take some killer photos!  Starting at the Griffith Observatory in Hollywood we did our little mock engagement session.  For those of you who have never been, you are missing some truly unforgettable views!  Who would have thought there where so many places and secluded corners to get fantastic imagery.

We finished up our shoot at The Grove Manor, which is a famed mansion in the Holmby Hills area used quite frequently in tons of Hollywood films and television shows.  Right up the road from The Playboy Mansion we caught some great shots of Sunny and Friedia in their Hollywood Romantic Glamour Post Wedding Session attire!  Needles to say these two are just too easy to photograph 🙂

 

-Amber Janke