Posts Tagged ‘Wedding Photography’

What a day! I got to meet some of the nicest people I have had the fortune of meeting in my career as a wedding photographer. One of the great things about my job is getting to experience different cultures from around the world. Today I photographed an Indian wedding at the Sikh Temple in Taylorsville, Utah. I haven’t had time to go through all of the pictures yet but I picked out some that I thought you might like. Tomorrow is their Greek wedding ceremony at the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox church in Salt Lake City, Utah and then the reception at the Gallivan Center. Those pictures will be coming soon.  For now, Enjoy!

Utah Indian Wedding Photographer

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Utah Indian Wedding Photography

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Utah Indian Wedding Photography

Utah_Indian_Wedding_Photographer

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Utah Indian Wedding Photography

Utah Indian Wedding Photography

Utah Indian Wedding Photography

Utah Indian Wedding Photography

Utah Indian Wedding Photography

Utah Indian Wedding Photography

Utah Indian Wedding Photography

 

I met Nick and Sonia Last Summer for Jamba Juices and discussed their wedding plans. A two day wedding. The first day would be a Greek wedding and the second day would be an Indian wedding. I was excited because I have photographed almost every other culture besides these two. I love photographing weddings of different cultures and sort of specialize in them. Not by choice, it just happened. I will be documenting their two day wedding next month and I can’t wait.

We shot their engagement session last Saturday in downtown Salt Lake City and started at the McCune Mansion. After that we ventured into the streets. Sonia’s bridal session will be following in the next few weeks. Keep an eye out for them.

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Ring shot from today’s wedding at Oakridge Country Club. A recent wind storm caused 270 downed trees. Took this shot using one of them 🙂 I love being a wedding photographer. I had so much fun today.

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Kate and Brandon. Great people. Their family and friends? Great as well. Some of the nicest people I have had the chance to hang out with. These people know how to celebrate and have a good time. Here are just a few from their big day at Red Butte Gardens in Salt Lake City, Utah. More to come later.

 

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I received an email from a past wedding photography client today that warmed my heart. I really liked working with Amanda and Jeremy. They have so much style. The email is below but I just wanted to point out how nice it is for them, after several years, they still have online access to their pictures and are able to order and re-order as they like.

Thank you both for making my day better 🙂
Good morning, Tyson! I don’t know if you remember Jeremy and I, but you photographed our wedding on April 25, 2009 at St. Joe’s Church in Ogden. We were wanting to view the pictures again as I want to order a few more, but I don’t know our password. Can you email it to me perhaps?

Also, I wanted to let you know that the “antique” photo you took of us (with Jeremy in the chair and myself standing next to him) always gets tons of compliments. We hung it in the entryway to our home in Las Vegas, and people always stop to admire it. It hangs next to the wedding photo of my great-great grandparents, and is exactly what we wanted. I can’t tell you how much that still means to myself and my family to have that portrait.

I hope your business is doing very well, and that you’re still enjoying being a (fantastic!) wedding photographer. I wish you all the best, and again, thank you for being there to capture our wedding.

Love,
Amanda