Married | Dylan & Rhonda

Dylan and Rhonda have been together for 4 years and they have spent the last 3 in a long distance relationship while he is in the air force. Well, that long distance finally came to an end on August 26, 2017 and they were married! I know, I know…I’m a little late at blogging.

Rhonda is another young woman I have watched grow up. I got to photograph her as a high school senior and her graduation, so it was pretty dang special to be asked to shoot her wedding. I love when my clients feel like my family!

Congrats Dylan & Rhonda! I can’t wait to see what life has in store for you two

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The Flatebos | Murrieta Family Session

Allison is one of the woman I am lucky enough to know through my nursing career. She is a nurse too. I met her at work actually! When she asked me to capture her youngest son’s 1st birthday pictures and some family pictures I was so excited. They are an insanely cute family and her little boy reminds me of my Sammy. I think it’s probably the hair 😉
While I didn’t include the 1st birthday pictures in this post, I did include all the family love and mushiness that I adore! I just found out that John has been deployed to help those suffering from the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. Come home safe John and thank you for all that you do!

 

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Leah & The Golden Hour

I stole Leah away during the golden hour on her 16th birthday.  She’s our babysitter for our kids and she’s amazing!  She was having her birthday party that night at 7:30.  I told her we’d only be shooting for 15-20 minutes and the timing was pretty important.  I explained that I didn’t want to start shooting before 6:45 because the sun would be “too hot,” but I promised to have her home in time for her party.  We made it just in time.  She walked in the door at 7:15.

When I book my clients, I usually get the question “isn’t that going to be too late?”  I LOVE to shoot until the sun dips below the horizon. It may sound corny, but that’s when the magic happens.  Yep, that’s me CORNY!  I love the glow during the last hour before the sun goes down.  That’s why it’s called the golden hour.  Timing is so important when it comes to a session. I will follow the sun just so I get it going behind the hillside or behind the trees.  Give me all the glow!

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