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Robert and Michelle, Mesa, AZ         


This lovely wedding was at the Wright House, right here in my neck of the desert. It is quite literally an oasis with its garden courtyards and towering pines! Thank you for inviting us to capture your wedding day, guys! We thoroughly enjoyed spending time with you and your sweet family and friends. 


Reader Comments (4)

The oval bokeh, the fans whirring over the dancers, the sacred/playful allegory in the garter belt shot...beautiful. Your execution and technique gets better every time I see photos!! And I kind of like the yellow - it's good to depart from your normal every now and then. For some reason, thinking of you, and photos, and white balance, and weddings, brings back the Billy Idol punk song "White Wedding" - do MKs even know songs like that?? :-)

07.22.2010 | Unregistered CommenterGenevieve

I love the fact that both the bride and the groom wore their glasses. It makes each photograph so special. You captured such charming communication between them through their eyes and expressions. There are also great pictures of them by themselves!!! I also can't believe that those lovely outdoor scenes were taken in Arizona in the summer!!!

07.22.2010 | Unregistered CommenterLinda

beautiful bride, beautiful location, beautiful captures. there is such an ethereal quality to your work that continues to take me captive... your clients are wise, indeed, to choose you!

07.23.2010 | Unregistered Commenterangela sackett

Ben says the oval bokeh is a signature of certain lenses. Which lens were you using for that shot?? I guess you can get hexagons, octagons, different shapes of ovals and sizes of circles depending on the way the glass bends the light. (Yet another sickening vote in favor of expensive lenses, ugh!!)

08.1.2010 | Unregistered CommenterGenevieve

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