Monthly Archives: August 2011

Hallelujah! I thought I had lost my big long confusing blog password and that it was gone forever and ever, never to be seen again!  I thought I would have to pray to the wordpress gods for mercy on my soul in retrieving it! Stupid me wrote it down on a loose piece of paper that had on it “do not throw away”.  Well, guess what happened?  It got thrown away!  Luckily, I found the password buried deep in my email.  So that means that I am back to blogging! HALLELUJAH! I will be back to regular posting after the weekend, but for now, here is a shot at a recent wedding I did of Natalie and Tanner.

 

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Would you believe me if I told you that I didn’t have to do a darn thing to these photos in photoshop or lightroom? There was no need! They are straight out of camera. These two sisters are some of the most gorgeous (and sweet, and talented) girls around!!!


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This is my sister in law Amory, and my sweet nephew Jack. Amory asked that I take a couple minutes and take a few portraits of her and Jack.  I absolutely love backyard photo shoots.  If you were to see my backyard, and all it’s weeds, you would think it was a less than ideal place for photos.  But the beauty of these photos just goes to show that the backdrop doesn’t matter one bit!  It’s the people, the family, and the relationships in the photos that matter.  And good lighting sure helps too!

Because I’m a nice aunt, and bribery for Jack to sit still for just 2 more minutes, I promised him that we could take a few sword pictures.  Telling by his expression, he is one fierce warrior!

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This couple knows how to celebrate a marriage! This is probably one of the most fun weddings I’ve ever photographed, or even attended!  The wedding was at the stunning Cathedral of The Madeline, and the Reception was on the top floor of the Rice Eccles Stadium.  The ceremony was very special and beautiful. The reception was a party!  Here are just a few of many photos I took from this event. Salud Marco y Sandra!

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