They say that rain on your wedding day is good luck. If that's true, Alvin and Yoli will have A LOT of good luck in their marriage because it was pouring that day. =) Alvin & Yolanda were married this past weekend at the Chapel Of Our Lady in San Francisco where they had an intimate ceremony with their family and friends as witnesses. Luckily, the rain only showed up for the ceremony and stopped shortly after so we were actually able to go outside for portraits! See? Already getting some of that good luck we talked about earlier.
Congratulations you guys! I wish you both the best of luck in all that your future holds together. Exciting times lie ahead!
Special thanks to Max K for coming out to lend a hand carrying stuff and being a human light stand.
I. Love. That. Shot. A little back story...that was the absolute last shot I took of the entire session and it's something I was inspired to try from a friend and fellow photographer(Sam Hassas). We were basically done with the session and then from about 200 yards away we heard horns honking and people cheering..then I saw 200+ women(and men) dressed in pink with bras on the outside of their shirts! Turns out (after looking it up) we were caught right in the middle of the "Bras for the Cause" breast cancer walk. A steady stream of people walking by created the perfect opportunity for probably one of the weirdest..and to me most interesting shots of the session.
The people in the picture? John Danielle! This awesome couple will be getting married this year in just a few short months at Elliston Vineyards in Sunol. They are both from the Pleasanton area originally so we thought It would be fun to roam around downtown for their engagement session and see what we could find. Had a lot of fun shooting this one for you guys and I'm definately looking forward to the wedding. It will be here before you know it. =)
As my daughter Chloe would say.."Moooo Da-Da!" =)
Class of 2011!? Yep, Judah will be graduating high school here in the next few weeks and then... off to college. Smart kid, too. I asked him what his favorite class was, his answer: statistics. Yikes. He's also plays ice hockey and I'm not 100% positive but I think he called me lame when I told him I played some roller hockey when I was in high school. LOL.
As I'm sure we all remember at the beginning of the school year everybody goes down and gets the standard yearbook photo taken. Boooring. =) Had a lot of fun shooting this one and we came away with some pretty amazing stuff. Thanks for looking, enjoy!
This is prob my favorite shot from the whole thing.
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