Monthly Archives: May 2010

%utah wedding photographer %wedding photojournalism || I have been so so excited to post this groomal session. Ever since I met with Christina and Roger last fall, I have been looking forward to this session. Together, we came up with some really great ideas, including fire-lit chinese paper lanterns that would be released floating into the sunset. Well the wind was so so strong that the paper didn’t survive even being opened up. I really wanted to do the lanterns so we have since had another shoot specifically for the lanterns. So check back to see those soon! %utah wedding photographer %wedding photojournalism ||

Even though the lanterns didn’t quite work, Roger and Christina had some other props that were so fun and striking. And they brought their fantastic four-legged friend Peanut! He was so excited to run and run and run. He was a challenge to photograph but I love what I got!

Sometimes I like to do jumping shots if the couple is into it. Roger’s family has a history of jumping family portraits, so we made sure to have fun with the whole idea.

We also spent some time near Capitol Hill and downtown Salt Lake City. I love the contrast of the city with the nothingness of the salt flats. I would have to say this Session falls within my top 5 Groomal sessions. Thank you so much Christina and Roger! I am so excited for your wedding and all of the great plans you have for the big day!

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%utah wedding photographer %wedding photojournalism ||Well if we I wasn’t tickled enough that my images were shown in a feature for Culinary Crafts on Amy Atlas’ blog, now I am double elated that “the knot” has chosen to feature the circus birthday party too! Congratulations Culinary Crafts for being featured on two very prestigious blogs/websites! And thank you for the kudos for the images! I just love shooting for you!!! Click here to read the rest of the feature on “the knot“.

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%utah wedding photographer %wedding photojournalism ||This week an event created by Culinary Crafts was featured on Amy Atlas’ “sweet designs” blog. For those of you who don’t know who Amy Atlas is, check her out. She is kind of a big deal. %utah wedding photographer %wedding photojournalism || The event was a colorful circus birthday party for a child and I had a blast photographing all of the wonderful details Culinary Crafts came up with. And well, since the images were all taken by me with ZumaPhoto, I figure we should pass this fun feature along to you! Click here to view the whole blog post.   

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%utah wedding photographer %wedding photojournalism || I had such a lovely groomal session with Michelle and Aaron. With all of this wet weather we have had the past couple months, we were lucky to have a one day window of gorgeous weather between two big storms. At least all this moisture makes everything green and lush and healthy. La Caille was the perfect setting for Michelle and Aaron’s groomals, it was exactly what they were looking for. The two are such a handsome couple, don’t you think? Every time Michelle looked at Aaron, her whole face just lit up. I really didn’t need to give them much direction for the portraits, as long as they held onto each other, they both just glowed and were so comfortable in each other’s arms. Thanks you two! I had a blast and I am so so pleased with the photos we got. And thanks Stacy for assisting me! You are a terrific reflector holder!

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%utah wedding photographer %wedding photojournalism ||Oh man, I have REALLY been a blogging slacker the last couple of months! I’m starting off a big push to catch up on sessions with this hella-fun session I shot with Noelle and Gharzai.

Noelle and Garzai are both very stylish people. In fact they both work – and met – at a certain famous swanky department store.

Because their work environment has been such an important backdrop to their relationship, they thought it would be fun to see if they could use it for their engagement session.

The asked and management said yes!

From there, a story just naturally unfolded…

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%utah wedding photographer %wedding photojournalism || This wedding’s blog post is way over due. I’m sorry to everybody who has anxiously been waiting to see the reception of Julianne and Weston. They were married at the Salt Lake Temple and held their wedding reception at Cucina Nassi, the new Italian style banquet hall run by Walter Nassi, operator of Cucina Toscana in downtown Salt Lake City. It is such a luxurious hall without being over the top or cheesy. Colby from C3 design and Sean from Sax Romney floral design created an amazing setting for Julianne and Weston to enjoy a hundred different appetizers, what seemed to be a 20 course sit down dinner, and a decadent dessert buffet. It was a beautiful relaxing evening with Julianne and Weston’s friends, family and food… what more could you ask for? Thank you Julianne and Weston for inviting me to share your special wedding day. I had so much fun with you two on the engagement and bridal sessions and your wedding day was just glorious. L, Logan

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