Bay Area Engagements

This is a little teaser of the long engagement session I did yesterday… this was the end of a long day. I didn’t mind because I don’t get to shoot in the bay area very often so why not take a little extra time and take a bunch of pictures all over the place. Now next time I am asked to come back and shoot around here I’ll know what to expect and have some great ideas.

There’s a reason why the end of the photo shoot is always the best pictures… often because the lighting is the most dynamic and also because when you take your best pictures you decide then that you’re about done and therefore the best pictures were at the end.

But as for all the other hundreds of pictures all throughout San Fransisco you’ll have to wait to see those I’m sure.

As well as all the travel pictures and the wedding I did on Friday.

So we got up at the point and there were a whole slew of photographers taking pictures… everyone had a tripod and one of the guys asked what I was shooting at. 1/13th at 1.4 and he wondered where my tripod was… um yeah my tripod were the two flashes sitting on the posts.

In fact to exagerate the point I litterally shook and moved my camera As I took the pictures.

6 Comments

  1. Suzanne {LookieLoo Photography} says

    WOW! These are completely amazing! You are so lucky you get to shoot in other states.

  2. Jeremy Nicoll says

    Awesome! I love shutter drag. :)

  3. Bobbiejane says

    come on more please!

  4. ScottJarvie says

    That’s all you have to say Bobbiejane? Geez ;)

  5. Bobbiejane says

    Words don’t do justice.

    …better?

  6. Robbie Petersen says

    I love flashing and freezing the subject and blurring the background, thats called shutter drag I guess? the problem that I have is that my subject aren’t as crisp and clear as I’d like. But I love doing that.

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