Photographing a small elopement wedding in Waterhole Canyon, Page, AZ- Colorado elopement wedding photographer
Last week I had the pleasure of attending the Adventurer’s Workshop hosted by Maddie Mae of Adventure Instead and Abbi Hearne of The Hearnes Adventure Photographers (@adventureinstead and @abbihearne). The workshop was at the beautiful and breathtaking Lake Powell, Arizona and was filled with two intensive days of education in the adventure wedding market.
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!
If you would like more information on how to book with me and get started on planning an epic elopement, please don’t hesitate to reach out!