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Roseville Wedding Photographer – Image peek

Last weekend, I was at a home for a wedding reception in Roseville, California, photographing a bride and groom whom had married in Utah recently.  I had photographed her sister’s wedding (Ashlie and Tony) a few weeks back, which will hopefully be up on my blog sometime in the next few weeks.  It was a classy family with many friends in a beautiful large backyard.  I had went in their home and saw the most amazing photographs from the last, what seems like, a hundred years worth of images.  They looked like ancient images, black and white noisy old images with the lady hats, like old vintage texture felt photographs we see in museums.  I was moved by many of the images.  Fantastic library of images all over the wall, must have been 50 large images in a A-Framed styled wall, organized well.  Anyway, I had a good time, and wish I could have stayed longer.  Most of the images I photographed there were shots of interaction, hugs, kids, details of candy, friends, and food.  I thought I would quickly post a shot I liked out of the mix.

perfect backyard wedding photograph

  • Ashlie - Beautiful shot! It was so fun to have you there capturing my sister’s celebration. My family was thrilled to have you pull double duty with us! Can’t wait to see all of your fantastic shots from both events. Thank you again for everything!June 14, 2010 – 10:24 pmReplyCancel

  • Vi Gilbert - Wow! What a great photo of Ally and Chris. Thanks for being such a great photographer for both of my daughters events and you are such a nice guy to work with. We enjoyed you being with us for the final event!

    Spreading the word about your work!June 15, 2010 – 2:50 pmReplyCancel

  • ally - ummm…… LOVE IT!!! thank you so much for coming and capturing our evening!!! you rock and so happy you got go to see the wall in the house!!!! it is amazing!June 16, 2010 – 12:24 pmReplyCancel

  • Craig Stewart - Wow. Love this image. Perfect in every way. I can just see this being enlarged and added to what already sounds like an impressive photo wall. Outdoor weddings always provide for such interesting photographs.June 17, 2010 – 11:15 pmReplyCancel

  • Charleton - Thank you all! I wish I could have taken more of you together that day. I would have enjoyed it!June 21, 2010 – 8:08 amReplyCancel

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