Love is here to stay.
But first things first: it's February. And the point of February is, of course, CANDY! Just kidding. We all know it's really about love. And maybe groundhogs (but it's not like winter matters here in Southern California). So pretty much, we're just talking about love. The kind of love that looks like this:
So in honor of lovebirds everywhere (because let's face
it, love is awesome), I'm offering a discounted photo session for a
limited time, and it's is all about the couples. Not like we actually
need a reason to document love, but since we have a
built-in one coming up on February 14th, there's no better time than
now! Oh boy, photographing couples in love is my absolute favorite.
Still need convincing about how cool it is to document love? I can be here all day people.
I think the "In Love" photo session could make the perfect Valentine's gift for that favorite person of yours. Let's do this!
Here's how it works:
Location in Pasadena, CA
15 digital downloads
*This photo session must be purchased by February 28, 2015 and booked before April 30, 2015. To book a shoot, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PS - I also think it looks pretty cool when love looks like this, almost 4 decades old and holding tight. Way to go, mom and dad!
Tuesday, February 3, 2015
Thursday, September 18, 2014
They are waiting for baby brother to arrive, for their family of three to become plus one, and for love to explode more than they could imagine. But in the waiting, they took a moment to celebrate the here, the right now. So we chased that glorious California light (oh boy, it was glorious!) and captured life as they knew it on August 28th.
PS - Ruby wanted a picture with me. I could not love this image more. And she even took it herself!
Monday, September 15, 2014
Matte or glossy? White border or no border? CD for $5 extra?
It's been awhile since I've had to answer these types of questions, but it felt good to be back, standing at a counter, dropping off film to be developed. I had been itching to use a disposable camera lately, and figured that vacation was the best time to give it a go. Plus it was waterproof and we were headed to the ocean.
I'm pleased with how these turned out (that first one is pretty killer). I just wish there was more variety in the images, but we basically only did one thing for a week and that was sit at the beach, so I really shouldn't complain. It was such a nostalgic process to be holding a non-digital point and shoot (ah, the 90s!). Maybe for my next disposable camera I'll put it in my purse and use over the course of a month or so.
In case you were wondering exactly how different film vs. the ol' iPhone really is, check out the two images below taken at the same spot on the beach looking up. Neither image has been edited or filtered. The top one is film, though that's pretty obvious when they are right next to each other. The quality difference doesn't surprise me, but the color difference definitely does! I actually love them both, but am a little partial to the dreaminess of the sky in the film one.
PS - Several of these were taken by Josiah - he's a rockstar with the camera!
Friday, September 12, 2014
My parents often make fun of me because I tend to call every trip that I've ever taken "a trip of a lifetime". I'm not trying to be dramatic, it's just that traveling is so special to me and most of the trips that I have taken are, in their own right, a trip of a lifetime! It was my 10th visit to the Outer Banks of North Carolina, Emerald Isle, but this time (for the first time) it was just us kids (+spouses), mom and dad. And it was perfect. We basically slept, ate and hung out at the beach for 6 solid days.
The one break in routine came when it was time to get some family pics. I didn't have an agenda, or even coordinate outfits. There was only one picture that I had to have (even though I got a ton and will share those in another post), it's the one of the 7 of us below. Thank you tripod, camera and family for delivering on that one. We nailed it.
As people have asked how the trip was, I keep saying the same thing: it was good, sweet time. We relished the moments together as a family, eating copious amounts of brownies, doing laundry, and hanging out in the waves. We even had time for long conversations about the meaning of life. For that I couldn't ask for more.
The images above were all taken with my Nikon DSLR. I'll be back with more vacation pics, including iPhone snapshots, disposable camera images, family photo shoot outtakes, and more. Happy Friday!
xo, E Pin It