It was short and sweet and yet I got so much done. I was able to take pictures of about 15 groups of people.
From families to couples to individuals.
Groups ranging from 1-7ppl
To see all the pictures see the highlights first gallery OR the by shoots chronological gallery
1. Engaged Couple
2. An Individual
3. A Family
4. A Random Family I don’t know
5. A couple and their cousin
6. Married Couple
8. Random Highschool kids
9. Random College Students
10. Boyfriend Girlfriend
11. Another random family
13. Past Wedding Clients
14. Myself (setup by me and then taken by Jon Barker)
15. A couple
2 days ago we talked about coming out of the SLC LDS Temple and some group shots… and more or less about the beginning of this wedding.
We shall now continue
We’ll focus on the kids themselves and then next edition we’ll end off with the reception
I think this is a picture one of my interns took as I was setting up a shot… he got in close and photographed this neat moment. Go Will!
In any case you’ll notice a distinct usage of plant life in their pictures… a couple of reasons, she loves plant life, she studies it up at Utah St and she is even did her reception at Cactus and Tropicals and so I’m thinking I’ve done more than a few weddings at SLC Temple so I wouldn’t mind at all focusing on some places I haven’t been to a lot since often I’m focused on the building.
OK let’s meet them
This is Bret
He’s older than you think… not like ancient or anything but he’s older than his brothers who we kinda met last time.
And this is Michelle
OK we hope to hear from Michelle and Bret later with their stories and advice from the day and hopefully learn about what pictures are special to them with some fun stories why.
But for now I took a quick peak at the pictures she posted on facebook to see what she was liking.
She put up that first one
A couple of my favorites I put up last time
And there’s nothing like a good ol fashion straight smiling at the camera kinda picture.
The hand in the air just makes me laugh… lots of other good faces too.
This type of shot has become my “Thing” for each leaving shot.
The question was posed on how I’m gonna photograph 3 weddings in one day.
First off it’s all about fate. It’s crazy how it all worked out.
All three inquiries were for SLC LDS Temple.
I don’t charge per hour… I charge for the day and give the couple the full reign of deciding what’s going on that day. Which makes it even more uncommon for me to do 3 weddings in one day.
Speaking of coincidences
I did a photoshoot monday, tuesday and wednesday this week so far… and each has been an engagement shoot.
It just so happens that they were each for the three weddings I’m doing on the same day in May.
I will post pictures soon.
Well the primary wedding that booked me first isn’t getting married at the temple until about noon. So that’s when i need to be there then then have a reception that night in Alpine.
Doug & Emily
There were 4 parts to their wedding pictures :
Pre-Wedding Pictures, Temple Pictures, Reception and Luncheon
Reception & Luncheon
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