Today was Kristara and Damian’s big day. The wedding ceremony took place at St. Veronica’s church in South San Francisco. For a wedding photographer church’s are always difficult places to shoot due to the dim light and the restrictions on where you can shoot, but St. Veronica’s was pretty relaxed about it. Still no flash photography though, so its still a bit rough. We then did an after ceremony wedding photography session across from Oceana Hotel by a small beach across the street. It was a very nice and quaint wedding and was very well done. Congrats Kristara and Damian!
After months of planning this was finally the day for Rosie and Mark to get hitched at the Wedgewood in San Ramon. They had the ceremony outdoors at the gazebo on the golf course right by the water. While doing our shoot we had golf balls land about 100 ft from us as it was an active golf course.. I was on the particular look out for a FORE!! Later on in the evening the couple even donned traditional Vietnamese outfits! Congrats to the both of you once again. It was a pleasure!
There arent a whole lot of days in San Francisco where it doesnt melt and turn foggy come 6pm. Good thing for Mark and Rosie this weekend as we shot their engagement photos. Rosie loves piers and sunsets so I chose two great locations for them and I loved this set we did. In talking with Rosie she wanted some landmarks that were distinctly San Francisco. It doesnt get anymore distinct with the golden gate bridge in the back and the Transamerica pyramid. It was alot of fun to work with them and even though we had to wait in line to use scenery this weekend (there were at least 6 other San Francisco photographers out there!) and we got some great photos. Here are some highlights, I hope you two love them!