Creative SF wedding photography means capturing the details, portraits and authentic moments of a wedding so a couple can relive the day for years to come. Speaking of years, it’s hard to believe that holiday season has come back around and the end of 2016 is just around the corner. This is the time of year when many of us reminisce about the best moments of the year that is coming to an end and begin planning for the new year ahead. As a photographer I enjoy looking through the body of creative SF wedding photography work I’ve created to pick a few favorites to share. Today the format of the photographs is different than usual, thanks to my new blog collage tool–such a fun way to share photos!
Let’s begin with a toast, shall we? Often one of the essential elements of a wedding, champagne is celebratory by nature; sparkling with tiny, delicate bubbles…delicious.
When I first started “serious” photography, I was drawn to black and white images. There was something timeless and classic about black and white–pattern, texture, and form really came to life–and let’s not forget all the great masters worked in this medium. Although most of us no longer use film in this digital age, there will always be a place for elegant black and white photography.
Over the years I’ve become enamored with shooting details. I have a particular penchant for wedding rings and shoes, perhaps because there was a story behind my ring and my shoes, as is true for most brides. Also, sparkly things make my heart happy, so I’m pleased to give them their time in the spotlight.
I love photographing people who are in love. It’s an honor playing a part in the most special day of a couple’s life, and creating images that tell the story of their special connection. Because no two are alike. But every one is beautiful.
One of the most enjoyable parts of photographing a wedding is capturing people having a great time. You know, those moments when guests go a little wild, or the groom shows off his newest dance moves. Because dancing at weddings is a rule, right? Although my brother would wholeheartedly disagree (I had to drag him out on the dance floor at his own wedding, but what else are dance-loving sisters for?)…
Well, it’s time to wrap-up this wrap-up… if you have a favorite collage, I’d love to know. If you’d like to know more about me or my work, click here.