Amanda <3 Jordan
Married on a perfect day in Mammoth Lakes, CA.
It was June 25, 2017 that Kareen & Cody tied the knot on the top of Mammoth Mountain. Wow, what a year that was for snow! And WOW, am I super behind on blogging?!
With the 2018 wedding season ramping up and with more weddings on my docket than ever before, I’m getting super pumped to get behind the camera. Here are a few highlight shots from a beautiful day with a beautiful couple.
As our evening together was coming to an end, the weather was just beginning to roll in. We approached Convict Lake’s Shale Beach and all I could think of was how it was so beautifully emotional.
The wind. The waves. And of course, the love.
The more weddings I do, the more photos I take, the more I figure out who I am as a photographer, and the more I figure out who my dream client is.
Lacey & Michael are my dream client.
These two are the real deal. In love.
Because of their laid back nature and overall chemistry, it really was no wonder that their guests were even my dream clients as well – relaxed & genuinely happy. Seriously, there was so much goodness going around it was hard to take it all in. These are my people.
Lacey & Michael exchanged vows in a beautiful field, nestled in the Alabama Hills with the looming Sierra in the background. They had their guests camp out on the property, and as fun as the ceremony was, I imagined that the real partying happened after I left.
It truly was a day to remember. The wind. The beautiful bouquet Lacey gathered from her guests as she walked down the aisle. The pinky promise. The vows. And of course…
The love, the love, the love.
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Steve and Amy have been friends for a lonnnng time.
They’ve been a couple a long time too.
Then they became co-workers, and subsequently co-managers.
Next, you probably saw this coming… husband and wife.
But the story doesn’t end there, of course, marriage is just the beginning. And who would you rather start your new beginning with than your closest friend, your partner in crime, your team mate, your husband … your wife.
That’s exactly what Steve and Amy are doing.
These two are always taking it to the next level, in their relationship, in their personal adventures and their business endeavors. Definitely a couple to keep your eye on! I’m so happy for you both and can’t wait to see where the years take you.
Eureka Photography is happy to announce that I will be taking on another couple clients in 2017 for boutique photo editing!
Boutique photo editing??! What is it exactly? It’s a service for photographers to outsource their editing. If you’re a busy photographer and have sessions backing up or just find yourself wanting more time, outsourcing your editing can be a great option.
Spend more time taking pictures and less time behind a computer editing them
Quick turn around time
Consistent edits to your unique style
Evguenia & Frantisek chose one of the most beautiful places in the world to get married, Yosemite National Park. And specifically Glacier Point nonetheless.
Congratulations to this sweet couple, whose love will surely stand the test of time like the ancient formations around them.
This is one power house couple – probably two of the most intelligent, kind and sincere women I know. I wish I didn’t live so far way from them! These two celebrated their marriage in the comfort of their lovely home with their friends and family and I have to say, Nikki made the ABSOLUTE best homemade wedding cakes – yes plural.
I had never been to Georgia before this trip, and being able to photograph their celebration made the trip extra special for me. Congratulations again Nikki & Kate!
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Married in front of just a few, close family members, Alicia & Michael exchanged marriage vows in one of the Eastern Sierra’s most beautiful canyons, Rock Creek.
Small, intimate & laid back — this enchanting wedding was a dream come true.
We would all probably be lying if we said we didn’t know at least a few lyrics of Alanis Morissette’s “Ironic” — but I would hope that we all have acknowledged by now that there is nothing ironic about that song, just a couple coincidences, bad luck and major bummers.