Leaving no doubt that he is madly in love with his wife to be - Steve was genuinely himself and it was obvious how very happy he makes Allie.
If your in the process of considering booking or have already booked your engagement video - remember that the most important part is capturing whats unique about you and your fiancee. If you're afraid you don't have something "unique" - you do! And we'll make sure its obvious in the video that is made for you.
Unique to this couple was how EVERYTHING around them was secondary to each other. I had a great time with you guys and looking forward to the wedding in July. Shot along side Harmony Barker of Lindsay Jane Studios.
So - I've never actually been able to wake boarded myself, I often feel, while watching others rock the wake, like I'm missing out, but my coordination skills stop when I leave the keyboard and computer behind.
Wallace is an incredibly talented rider and this video only briefly shows the immense amount of skill that he posses. It was my pleasure to shoot and edit the video - hopefully more to come - maybe live my wakeboarding dreams through proxy. Credit to: www.wakeology.com
A few times while editing I'll take a second to save a still frame from the motion of video that I've been capturing. While these are in no way intended to replace the print quality of the photos that your professional photographer can provide - they are fun candid shots, looking good enough for the web. I thought I'd share a few with you on this blog post.
Another great part about the video stills are showing off the photographer when they are in action - like this incredible still of Chad Braithewaite of Faces Photography. Great working with you buddy-
Headed by Jimmy Bishop of GideonPhoto.com - The criteria was simply vintage - with the instruction - show brides the best you can do - something that they don't typically see in Southern Utah. These amazing gals did not dissapoint.