Photos by the San Francisco family portrait photographer Scott Mosher.
After a few reschedules due to kids being sick I finally got a chance to meet up with the Ellis family and hang out in San Francisco for a few hours photographing them.
Since they’re friends with my wife & oldest kid, we decided to make a big family trip out and hang out before/during/after the session. We spent most of our time at Fort Baker next to the Golden Gate Bridge. After our family session there we headed over to the Palace of Fine Arts to walk around and enjoy the scenery. Due to me spraining my knee during a freak accident (thats what I call it) while shooting the weekend before I mostly relaxed while at the Palace of Fine Arts.
I’m happy to report now that my knee is getting pretty close to normal. I’d probably be close to returning to riding my bike & putting my hockey gear on if I hadn’t had an extremely enjoyable 3 day wedding this past weekend. More on that to come on a different post later
Photos done by the Salt Lake City wedding photographer Scott Mosher.
I was asked to assist one of my good friends at a wedding he was photographing at the LDS Salt Lake City Temple in Salt Lake City, UT. In addition to going out there for it, my wife & I made the decision that I would take Amtrak out there and bring my 3 y/o son to both give my wife a break (and a few days to scrapbook in peace) and for my son to visit his grandparents & cousins who live in Utah now.
The weather was interesting, to say the least. The wedding was at 3pm, and at 3pm the thunder, rain, and wind started. It rained pretty good until about 3:45 when the couple came out of the Temple. Then we had some pretty good wind, but no rain and a little bit of sunshine. It gave us some opportunities for a wide variety of images.
The wedding was held in the early afternoon, and we spent an hour or so wandering the grounds with the couple, then we headed out to Frida Bistro in Salt Lake City for the reception.