Lee-Ngo Presidio Family Session

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Every so often, I get to bend babies and hope they don’t cry long enough for me to take a photograph. The joys of baby photography. It’s actually pretty fun. Turns out I like kids and they like me too. My secret is if you promise them chocolates, they’ll smile for you. Works every time, but you have to negotiate beforehand or else they’ll┬ájust flash one smile and be done with it. The nice part is I get to return them to their parents at the end of the session.... Read The Rest →

Brita and Marcos Mount Sutro Forest Engagement Session

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Who says you can’t snag a girl with some touching poetry anymore? Brita and Marcos met in college on a rainy day when she wore bright pink rain boots to class and he took the opportunity to compliment her on the boots to strike up a conversation. At the end of the semester, he won her over reciting one of his favorite poems from Pablo Neruda’s 100 Love Sonnets. You can’t write this stuff. We went for a hike in the Mount Sutro forest for their engagement session and captured... Read The Rest →

Ko and Yuki: San Francisco City Hall Wedding

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Weddings bring people from all over together. Some drive, others require a flight. In this case, Yuki’s family flew over from Japan to see her wed to Ko and then to enjoy a lot of meat at a Brazilian Charrascaria afterwards. I’ve eaten quite a number of delicious wedding dinners, but I can’t help but admire the simplicity in having a reception where the bride and groom doesn’t have to plan the menu, there’s something for everyone, and you can go back for seconds, and thirds — in fact, it’s... Read The Rest →

Rachel and Adam: Presidio Engagement Session

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Spring’s here along with the Spring wedding season. I’m kicking it off with a new set of engagement photos of Rachel and Adam. Although we had a bit of a panic thanks to the poor weather forecasts from the SF news stations leading up to the shoot, we lucked out and ended up with a beautiful day in San Francisco. Rachel warned me about her being camera shy before the shoot, but you could hardly tell from the photos. I’ve always believed that if there’s good chemistry between a couple,... Read The Rest →

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