Instagram Inspiration: 5 Weekly Faves 6.16.17
The beauty of love cannot be summarized only by the big picture, or the simple details, it's a culmination of both, and everything in between.
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You need to be yourself in order to stand out. This picture has a really personal meaning to me. This shot was on top of hurricane ridge in Washington. The landscape was beautiful but I was missing my sweet Sam who always kisses me shoulder to comfort me. I asked Josh to kiss Nikki's shoulder and found that the moment was more beautiful than the mountain. I got to capture a piece of their hearts and my own. I can talk about inspiration for days, but at the end of the day it boils down to that you need to be yourself and let others see your heart. In a world of fake perfect Instagram profiles we need more vulnerability. We need more real connection.
He freaking proposed here minutes after this picture was taking and he said that as we were taking the pictures he realized that Yanbo was the one he wanted to watch every sunset with for the rest of his life!! *cue the "awhhhhh" sound effect #Engagementshoot #destinationwedding#elopement#destinationweddingphotographer#hippiebride #hippiewedding #indiebride#indiewedding #lookslikefilm#rusticwedding #brideandgroom#baliweddingphotographer #getoutside#loveintentionally #postmoreportraits#thatsdarling #bohemianbride#weddingphotography #bohobride#gypsybride #intimatewedding #theknot#adventurealways #adventuresession#adventurouswedding
A humble love, found in the quiet moments of eye contact and faces fitting softly into one another. I felt it immediately. Tawni and Jeremy had this sense of ease and comfort as they got lost in each other's worlds. We woke up at 3am and drove into the mountains, on winding roads in the dark, to find the perfect place and the perfect light. One of my favorite days as a photographer, shooting a couple who was down to throw out traditions and just do what felt right for them.