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Engagement Photography: Frank Salas

Part One: Now that you’re engaged After part one, read Part Two: After the Engagement “To Do” list You’ll want to bask in the happiness that surrounds you, enjoy every opportunity to introduce your man as “my fiancé” and let those well wishes about your upcoming nuptials linger! Once you’re READ MORE…

Three important elements when hiring a wedding photographer. Two are character traits unique only to that person and cannot be copied. The third element fluctuates due to many different variables. Let’s talk about each in the order of importance. First and most importantly are the character and personality of the READ MORE…

Photography Why You Shouldn't Pass On Your Engagement Session

Engagement sessions are about the two of you. Document the love you share. Consider leaving the posing up to the Photographer. They want you to relax and enjoy each other. These photos can be used for save the date announcements, wall art, gifts to your parents or to a signature READ MORE…

Wedding guestbook using engagement photos - weddingcompass.com - michael jonathan studios.com

But what about overlooked subtle elements and small touches for receptions? Your wedding day is finally approaching. It’ll be a joyous event that represents a new chapter in your life and unites friends and family from afar. You’ve covered the basics—after some serious research, you’ve found a figure-flattering dress, comfortable, READ MORE…

Ray Anthony Photography

One Of The Most Special Moments Your wedding will be one of the most special moments in your life. You’ve possibly replayed it in your mind up to a thousand times – the glittering wedding dress, the attention to detail, the delicious fragrance of food, the excitement of your family READ MORE…

Black & White (B&W) Photography – timeless, romantic and documentary style B&W remains the simplest way of retaining your beautiful memories with style and romance. One benefit of going b&w is that colors can actually be visually distracting. If the primary purposes of good composition and lighting is to lead READ MORE…

Pin-up styles are becoming popular Pin-up style looks are huge now and some brides like to incorporate them into a unique photo book for their Hubby prior to the wedding day. Something less Boudoir and much more on the classic side of intimate photography. Some Hollywood glam, mixed in with READ MORE…

Photo Books Your Wedding Storybook

The artistry of albums, wedding storybooks, photo books and other collections If a picture is worth a thousand words, then what kind of tale will your wedding photos tell? If you want a storybook ending and imagery that will withstand the test of time, have your photographer create a professionally READ MORE…