I have always wanted to shoot a bridal photoshoot with a horse and finally my wish came true! Texas Hill Country is so beautiful during spring time, I feel so extremely lucky being able to do wedding photography along side wedding makeup for my clients and looking forward all the opportunities coming up. Below are couple behind the scene images and a video I put together during our photoshoot.
This wedding was held in January whereI had a chance to be the officiant, photographer and videographer. The venue was at a vineyard outskirt of Houston where we spent 2 days, arrived on Friday to set up and Saturday for the actual event. I hope you enjoy the footages and the images that I I was able to capture.
During this boudoir session I didn't use any artificial light and it was done with natural light - I feel so lucky for living in Austin Texas because of the access to natural light for most of the year.
One of the recommendations for the boudoir photo sessions outfits that I have for the clients is to be as simple as possible, by minimizing any accessories so we can focus the session on the clients as it's essentially a portrait session. I thought Megumi's outfit was perfect for this set it matched the building we shot at and worked with the concept that she had in mind for her photoshoot.
This graduation photoshoot at UT Austin is by far one of my favorites, it started with a graduation photoshoot and later turned into a couple portrait and at the end we take some LinkedIn photos to use as a headshot. I really love it when the clients are flexible and open to trying different things, that's when I feel the most creative and able to move with the flow and play around with creative ideas the most.