Alaska Wedding Photographers – Seward – “May the 4th Be With You!”
Had a fantastic time photographing Eric & Bonnie’s Seward Wedding on May 4th, 2013. They were such a kind and loving couple. It’s quite an honor when you are able to spend several hours of the most important day of their lives with a couple that truly loves and cherishes one another. We had a ton of fun taking their wedding photography shots down by the waterfall in Seward. My favorites photos are their huge smiles and also the creative shots of them reenacting “American Gothic” poses with straight faces by the waterfalls. What a wonderful wedding it was to photograph! I pray the best for you both! =)
Recently Photographed a wonderful family at Cuddy Midtown Park in Anchorage, Alaska. Rachel & Tim’s family were a lot of fun, and I really liked how silly their daughter Ella smiled. Overall, I think the photos from this family portrait turned out awesome! =)
Anchorage Alaska Family Portrait Photographers
Here are the photos from a recent family portrait photo shoot with Meghan’s family at the Cuddy Midtown Park in Anchorage, Alaska. The family was a really nice group to meet and photograph. I liked how personable they all were. This portrait shoot was mostly intended as a gift for grandma (pictured below), so of course, we had to capture tons of photos of her adorable daughter. =)
At the beginning of May, I had the kind pleasure of meeting and photographing Lauree & her fiance for engagement portraits. Lauree was up from Oklahoma visiting him, and would not return before their wedding in November. I appreciated how kind, flexible, and easy to photograph they both were. They were even willing to experiment with a location for creative photographs that I LOVE during the winter, but hadn’t tried in the spring/summer/fall. At the time, was able to kill my first mosquito (hahaha!), and have since killed many more (*#%ing Mosquitoes!). The location worked out decently enough, but not quite what I had imagined. So in return, I wanted to reward them for their efforts & flexibility with a few more photos from a nearby side street & fence that gave us some great natural & relaxed portraits. I wish them the best for their November wedding! =)
Had a fun time at museum with a wonderful portrait session of mother & her baby. I just loved his so serious expressions: ”Why so serious?” He had such serious expressions it made me smile! He definitely seemed tired during this child portrait session, which is common with young ones. But from an artistic perspective, it made the photos such a nice contrast with each other & so many smiling baby photos I’ve taken. Don’t get me wrong – I love smiling babies! But this guys’ serious expressions make his smiles all the bigger! Which of course, he had some great smiles in his children’s portraits session too! =)
A beautiful day in the neighborhood, a beautiful day to… take some awesome engagement photos of Shelby & Her soon-to-be hubby. =) We met just off the road on tudor & enjoyed some April sun rays. Then later headed down Tudor for one of my favorite portrait places: the bridge on campbell creek. As always, I loved seeing their love for each other, and the precious time spent together. I felt honored by some great compliments from the couple, saying how relaxed and natural they felt with me as their photographer throughout the engagement photography session. :) It always makes my day to hear I helped make other’s days too. =)
NEA Alaska Invited me down to photograph their event: a very fun banquet for the first year teachers. It was a very pleasant event with lots of fun, smiling people. The food was great, people were very pleasant, and that made the photographers happy. =) If you would like to download a picture from the event, please check out the orders page for free downloads
Photoshoot taken in Town Square in downtown, Anchorage, Alaska.
Anchorage Alaska Engagement Photographers Downtown urban photography
Had a wonderful time with David & Clarissa at Glen Alps, Flat Top in Anchorage, Alaska. We had an engagement portrait session with some rather perfect weather, that is if you’re not wearing Converse Tennis Shoes (right, David?). The scenery is stunning as always, and the photos came out great. However, my favorite part of the engagement portrait shoot was watching the interaction, care, & devotion these two already have towards each other. I can tell they are just good to each other & for each other. It doesn’t take too hard of a look to see those essential elements pop in the engagement photos below.
I was looking through our photo collections, and I stumbled upon these photos. Since I over hauled the website for this design, I have been wanting / needing of creating lot many more blog posts about wedding photography from all of the years we have been doing it. However, haven’t had the time to get it all up there. So, I thought “Hey! Let’s give a little throw-back blog post of some of our favorites wedding photos from several years ago. I am hoping to eventually add these weddings into our blog post collections. There are also several photos from engagement photography as well. =) Please enjoy all of the wedding photography & wedding photojournalism from around Anchorage & Alaska: