A 2014 preview -Redding, California wedding photographer-

It’s been a busy year and I’m starting to wrap up wedding season. Here’s a preview of a few moments I’ve captured throughout the year. 

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Kalli’s Senior photos -Redding, California senior portrait photographer-

A few months ago I received an email from Kalli. She was saying that she lived in Minnesota and had found my photos online. She was to be a senior the following year and was looking to get some photos done. As I had no plans to go to Minnesota anytime soon, I told her that if she’s ever in the Northern California area, to contact me and I would love to do some. No kidding, a few months later, I get an email from Kalli again saying her and her family will be driving through and she would still like some photos done. I couldn’t believe it. We figured things out, took some photos, and had a blast. Thanks for coming out, Kalli! Hope you had a good time. 

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Brandon – Finding Lassen -

Really getting into shooting for myself lately. Here’s another “Personal” shoot I did with Brandon Depuma. We went up to one of my favorite places, Lassen Volcanic National Park. I wanted to shoot a story of hiking around this place looking for what is has to offer. Here it is.

Mamiya  7, 80mm, expired Fuji 400NPH, Portra 160 pushed a stop, and Kodak Tri-x pushed a stop. 

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Leah and Jessica – American Spirit -

I wanted a shoot to depict the feeling of freedom and independence of self. Something without restrictions guidelines. Something fun to create.

Big thanks to: Tricia for hair/makeup/assisting, Leah and Jessica for being amazing models, TJ for driving the truck and taking care of the behind the scenes work, and Trevor for letting us use your truck. Thanks guys!

All color shots are with the Mamiya 7, 80mm, Portra 160 pushed a stop. Black and white are all with the Canon Elan 7, 35L, and Tri-x pushed a stop. Thanks Indie Film Lab for the amazing work.

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Single Frame -Redding, California wedding photographer-

I love the idea of single frames. They force the looker to really focus on just that image and not be distracted by a million other photos to scroll through. So I think I’ll be doing this a lot more from now on. Here’s a photo of the groom, Brandon, from a recent wedding. It’s slightly out of focus, but it has so much character I couldn’t help but love it. Shot using a canon 50mm and Fuji Neopan 400 

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