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When Justin and I were first married we lived in Pasadena. One of our favorite things about Pasadena was all of the amazing architecture. We had an engagement session scheduled with the lovely Irma and the uber talented Patrick this las Saturday in Pasadena and we remembered this one specific location we always thought would be super cool to use for a photo-shoot, so we decided to go there. I was super happy with the way that all of the images turned out and our AWESOME couple was nothing short of FABULOUS!!!
Just to give a quick background on how we know Patrick and Irma, Justin has become good friends with Patrick through a mutual friend, as he has helped Patrick on a few high-end clothing companies. Patrick is a crazy talented clothing designer, Justin even dropped his name on the Bludomain Interview we did a few weeks ago, when asked what kind of jeans he wears, Justin wrote, "A custom pair of Patrick Winget's" (they really are my husband's favorite jeans to wear!). When Patrick became engaged to the sweet Irma they hit us up to hire us for their wedding photography and I was stoked not only to work with these two rad individuals, but to have the opportunity to shoot a wedding that is sure to be fun and unique in design and attire! P.S. EVery outfit that Irma is wearing in this engagement session her mother hand made, so together Irma and Patrick have a double fashion background!
I realize that there are no people in this photo, but I thought is was such a cool shot of the architecture we were working with.
My favorite shot of the day...kudos to Justin!
Get ready for their wedding in just a few weeks!!!
Justin and I had a great afternoon with Mary + Peter at the Mission in San Juan Capistrano. We ended up scheduling and shooting the session on Valentine's Day, it was a fun way to celebrate the holiday of love...I know it sounds a little cheesy, but its true!
We had shot at this location before so after a while we decided to venture out into the local downtown area to find some unique backdrops to work with. Needless to say, we were very glad that we did, here are some of our favorite shots from their engagement sitting:
I really like the natural emotion in these two photos.
Okay, okay...so we like taking reflection shots:)!
Here's my favorite shot of the day! Compositionally it draws to me and also I like the contrast between the sunlit subject against the shadowed wall.
I wish my dimple was as profound as Mary's, I love it!
Keep watch for their wedding to take place at the end of this month!