This was our first chance to do photos at the Capitol building, and it was awesome! The space is beautiful and really gives extra elegance and beauty to a bride. We will definitely be shooting here again.
Monday, February 10, 2014
I have decided to post quotes, and songs from time to time that inspire me. Mostly, they will be of crooners, and actors/actresses of the time. That's my time period. They inspire me to be everything and anything I want to be, and they, mostly Frank, but all of them, inspired the name and logo of our company. I may not always post them here, so follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and, coming soon, we will be on Pinterest! More inspiration headed your way.
This video was created as part of a 24 Hour film challenge. The rules were that you could use a maximum of 5 people as cast and crew, and the finished product could only be a maximum of 3 minutes long. The theme was Eureka, we had to use the line of dialogue, "what are the odds of...." and we had to use a lightbulb as a prop. I hope you enjoy it!
Monday, January 27, 2014
This couple was so fun to work with! We had lots of fun do their session on Provo Center Street and we did some at The Chocolate in Orem, as well. What a great couple! We wish them all the best!
Monday, January 13, 2014
Sunday, January 12, 2014
Our amazing little boy turned One this weekend! He absolutely loves the movie The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, so we threw him a Winnie the Pooh themed party. I had seen this timeline idea on Pinterest, and my husband and I decided to take it a step farther. (The basic idea is that you put up a picture for each month they have been alive so far.)This is what we came up with. It's here for you to save and use for your very own party! If you have any problems downloading it, just shoot us an email, and we will get you the original. It's probably obvious, but they are, in order, Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, Eeyore, Rabbit, and Christopher Robin.
Here is the finished product at the party.
Friday, January 3, 2014
Working on the Skyfall video for the Salt Lake Pops has been a fun challenge over the last few weeks. It has been a challenge in part because I only shot part of it so I had to piece together mounds of footage that I had never seen before, and in part because we wanted the video to feel like it had an edgy feel which the source footage didn't capture.
Below are a few samples of the work that I did to get the video ready, taking relatively flat footage and making it feel more exciting. We wanted to video to feel like it took place in its own world, so a lot of work went into coloring, and adding the right flares to achieve the feel we were going for.
The video should be up in a couple of days, I hope you enjoy it!