Back in March I was supposed to shoot Ashley & Rob's engagement photos, but the weather didn't cooperate and it was one of the few times it rained all year. We ended up rescheduling for a month later. What I didn't know was the location was about to go from golden brown to bright green. We could not have asked for a better night. It was the perfect temperature out, no one around and just some good music, champagne and rolling green hills as far as the eye can see. During our shoot I ran in to a random mountain biker (Chris Lat) shooting with a drone. I said hi, and asked if he'd mind grabbing a shot of Ashley & Rob. He happily agreed and the rest can be seen in the amateur edit I put together at the bottom of this gallery. Enjoy!
VIDEO DISCLAIMER: I am not a videographer or editor (if you couldn't tell by this amateur edit). Currently at this time, I have no desire to do either. This edit was made with the random mountain biker, Chris Lat's footage and a song inspired by Junebug's 2017 wedding of the year video made by Jfinn Media's Jimmy Jensen. You should watch it if you haven't seen it and see what the best of the best can do. Sorry for such a long disclaimer, felt it was necessary.
If you're looking to get engagement or couple photos shot, please reach out. I'm only booking a few more shoots in 2018. If you're a fellow photog and enjoyed this gallery, please let me know by DMing me here: @tonywodarck. Thanks for checking out my work!
Carlynn & Jason get married at Hartley Botanica in Southern California.
Deep in the valleys and hills of Escondido, California lies an enchanted forest.
These two newlyweds were lighting up the desert.
The Historic Cree Estate in Palm Springs, California has never looked so good.
A San Diego wedding photography mastermind workshop with the always beautiful power couple.
Lisa & Henry’s beautiful Huntington Beach Wedding at The Newland Barn