Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Jordan & Michelle Sobodas Wedding

I pretty much just finished working on the images from this wedding and had time to post this blog.  This wedding was a military friend of my younger brother Wayne.  Jordan and Wayne went to school together.  I was so honored to shoot this wedding since Jordan is out protecting the US the least I could do for him.  We had so much  and had to work so hard around the rain but we pulled it off.  Michelle looked so beautiful and made the best of the weather, such a trooper.  This shoot was at a killer winery in Temecula, CA.


special thanks to my second shooter Angie Gaylor

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Merricks Wedding

Haven't had anytime lately to update this blog sorry. I shot this wedding in Malibu, CA for the Merricks. This was truely so much fun, relax and all the guest where super out going. We started at the beach shooting the wedding, than back to there house.
We also did something fun and set up a photo booth where the guest could take there own photos

Thanks Everyone.


Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Hamilton's Wedding - Photo - Booth

John Hildebrand set up a photo booth at the Hamilton's wedding. Here are a couple samples, to view all the images please click here.

Friday, May 21, 2010

Jimmy and Crystal Wedding Book

This book is a one of a kind hand made book by West Coast Albums.

Jimmy and Crystal's Wedding Book from H2 Weddings on Vimeo.


Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Janny & Eric Wedding

Janny & Eric Wedding

Here are some photographs of a recent I wedding shot alongside my good friend and wedding photographer Sam Lim. My photographs covered the majority of the candid and behind-the-scenes shots with a wedding photo-journalistic style, which is crucial for such a high-end wedding with a large number of guests. It’s always a great experience working with Sam Lim and his team. Hope you enjoy the photos.

Camera: Canon 5D Mark II on Lexar cards
Lenses: 16-35mm and the 70-200mm
Lighting: For a natural feel, which is best for wedding photojournalism, these images were taken without the use of flash

Thanks again to Sam Lim.