A wedding recently at La Cailled in Sandy Utah. I took out the Jarvie Window for just a few minutes and got some pictures when they started dancing and pulled some people in for some close ups of course.
Yesterday’s wedding was a blast. Which means there are a billion pictures, which means they’re going to take a while to get edited. Which means I should put up a teaser or two in short posts.
Which means I am putting up the first funny picture I found.
Carissa and a few of her brides maids were dancing and I had them dance towards me and they stuck out their arms and just did whatever and below is the result.
I thought it was fun.
This was 1/8th of a second 1/128 flash zoomed in a bit at f/4 and low ISO – I guess they call that drag the shutter (which by the way I think is a dumb label) But in any case it is what it is.
Anyway they kept on asking me to get pictures up soon for their facebook profiles so at least these 4 can have something until the crazy amounts of pictures have been sorted through.
How we met
So this is Carissa many people have her to thank that I actually started doing internships and training and teaching people on a more one on one sorta way.
She contacted me about 18 or so months ago asking to be an intern (for last summer) and I was like “What?!” you’re kidding right?! Well it happened and I’ve learned a ton since then, specially on the realms of how to share what I know, how to teach and mentor.
I’m happy to have gotten to know her, spent a bunch of last summer at shoots with her and in the office. Never got sick of her and I don’t suppose her of me.
She was always thirsty for knowledge and never a prima donna or felt that she knew it all, and it was that passion for learning and zeal for photography and her eye for a good picture that led me to tell her I didn’t have any qualms believing she’d become an amazing successful photographer.
Well back a year ago she already knew she was getting married, just had to return to Indiana (from Utah) and finish her last year of college (BA in Photography) and now she’s back.
Getting married next month and her bridal pictures are now done… and here they are.
Me and another good friend of ours David Terry were asked to shoot and since David is an over achiever he already blogged his pictures (which we took YESTERDAY) and so now I had to follow suit. Also because most of my pictures right now are weddings which aren’t as time sensative as a bridal session for an upcoming wedding.
Carissa informed David that Jake doesn’t check the internet a ton… so it’s alright to post these. So hope it’s all good for me too.
Here’s a gallery of the first set of 70 pictures
So she had two amazing photographers… and two assistants two those photographers.
Her mother was there.
We were shooting at a beautiful location (La Caille in Sandy Utah)
It all worked out swimmingly and I’m sure she felt like a princess, because she looked beautiful of course!
Trying out some fun back lighting to make the Bride stand out!
(above) Far right is probably one of my favorite pics
having two photographers makes it fun because I get to photograph different poses I wouldn’t have done before. In different ways and different angles of course.
Many of my favorite pics were actually asides that I said… let’s try this out for a moment and we ended up staying there for a bit, because my moment lasted many moments.