I came away with so much knowledge on how to better serve my clients who want to create a small wedding experience in a beautiful outdoors location, and it was truly a pleasure to learn from my two favorite elopement photographers. During the workshop we had two styled photoshoots so that we could learn from Maddie and Abbi in the field.
Photographing real couples in Waterhole Canyons was so much fun! i think every photographer dreams of working in Antelope Canyon, but crowds can be tough to navigate. The slot canyons in Waterholes were every bit as stunning. The path weaves through red Navajo sandstone rock, creating an intensely dynamic play of light. I’m absolutely in love with the glowing rock in every single shot. I love printing on metal- as I often mention- because I think it really brings out the natural tones of the areas I love to photograph. These slot canyons are no exception- and I can’t wait to get some printed. Deciding which ones to print will probably be the most challenging aspect of this shoot!
Waterhole canyon was stunning! I would have spend all day here if I could!
Becca and Jeff -newlyweds!- were a pleasure to work with!
This view never got old. Arizona is an incredible state.
Photographing in the canyons was so dynamic- it was so exciting to play with all of the lighting possibilities.
It was difficult to narrow down all the amazing photos from this session. Every one is my favorite!
I have been a fan of Reclamation dresses for so long and it was very cool to see one of Trista’s gowns in person! Love that lace fringe! These dresses flow so well, and are a great option for an adventure wedding because it’s so easy to move in them.
Love that boho fringe! Desert vibes for days.
I can’t wait to come back to Waterhole Canyon. Truly a must see sight in Arizona!