In this blog post, we’ll explore the importance of curating a list of family members you want to take photos with on your wedding day to ensure that no one is inadvertently missed. Moreover, we’ll delve into why it’s crucial to communicate with your loved ones beforehand, requesting their presence for these special photo moments, and why capturing moments with Grandma and other older relatives holds profound significance.
Learn about how long wedding photos take and consider doing a post wedding couples portrait session.
A wedding is one of the most memorable days in a couple’s life, and capturing those memories through photos is a must. However, many couples wonder if they can get amazing wedding photos without having a first look. The answer is yes!
Explores three key considerations for choosing Bay Area Indian wedding venues and highlights how one couple’s decision to use three different venues provided unique elements to fulfill the different needs of their wedding day.
A Forest House Lodge wedding is always a spectacular affair. They are known for their immaculate ceremony location at Grand Sierra Point (which is incredible). But they are so much more than that. It is rare that couples and their guests rave more about a venue than Forest House Lodge in Foresthill CA. The lodge […]
Part of the reason we love doing wedding videos is that it allows us to tell a couple’s story in a way that pictures just cannot. The Sacramento wedding video of Joy and Andrew is a perfect example of that. The video features the story of how they met in a coffee shop. That’s rare […]
A willingness to role with the punches has been a theme of the weddings for PSP in 2020. Jovy and Richard’s wedding was no exception. Back when they booked us as their professional photography videography service there was no predicting the circumstances that would transpire in the lead up to their August 2020 wedding date. […]
I originally got in contact with Alexandra and Zachary through Alexandra’s mother, Melissa who found me through a referral and hired me to shoot her daughter’s wedding. Alexandra and Zachary live in Florida because Zachary is based there in the military. But because they fell in love with Grand Island Mansion in Walnut Grove, they decided to […]
Vith and Scott’s wedding took place in August 2019, and boy was their wedding a blast. Don’t get me wrong, it was a lot of hard work too. Their wedding began at Morris Chapel on the Campus of the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California. They had a lot going on. Luckily, I had my A […]
The day of Walberta and Wilmot’s wedding started a little stressful for me. I had a team booked for this wedding, which included two videographers (Dave and Mike), myself and a second photographer (Tessa). That morning I got a call from Dave to let me know that his pregnant wife was going into labor and […]
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