Here’s a few photos from a recent shoot with these sweet sisters I was lucky enough to photograph a second time. They are possibly the nicest kids ever, and they totally love each other, which made for a really easy shoot – no fighting, no tears, just a whole lot of giggles and hugs.
One of my favorite things to do is getting to hang out with other photographers. It’s amazing how many different approaches to taking pictures there are and how fun it is to see how someone else does things. A couple of weeks ago, our friend Eric Hanson of Noise Ranch photography was heading to Paris to shoot fashion things over there and he wanted to test a few pieces of equipment before he left so we did a little photo shoot around our house. It was pouring rain and Mark and I had just finished watching the Man in the High Castle, which is set in San Francisco, so we decided to go all “actor” and did a photo shoot inspired by the show. Despite our serious expressions, I think we laughed for about 90% of the shoot. Here’s a few of my favorites.
Mark & I went to Japan for our honeymoon, and while we were there I took a zillion photos and a lot of notes on what to see, where to go, what to do & how to do it all. One of my most favorite blogs, Snippet & Ink (which you should immediately add to your reading list for timeless-not-too-fussy and always cool wedding inspiration) published my guide to honeymooning there this week. You can check out my general travel tips for honeymooning in Japan, Tokyo Honeymoon Guide and Kyoto Honeymoon Guide there.