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Emily Photo Wedding Photography Blog – San Diego, CA bio picture

A little about me...

When it comes to my art, emotions are my inspiration. And when I capture a wedding in pictures, I’m inspired by every single moment. The drama and power of photography has captivated me all my life. From the first moment I explored Portland’s monthly gallery exhibits to the first time I developed prints myself, I knew my future was carving its space: I would be a professional photographer.


In 2007, I began shooting weddings. The excitement and energy of each event is intoxicating—and when I know I’ve captured the emotion of the moment, there’s no better feeling in the world. To get to that point, I start my journey with the bride and groom before I even pick up the camera. I’m inquisitive by nature, and understanding the details, design and style of a couple’s wedding can transform the tone of my images from beautiful to breathtaking. 


I shoot a full range of photos, but “portraits” hold a special place in my heart. Portraits are intensely personal and can be incredibly rewarding for a photographer. When a mother looks at a portrait of her daughter and says “oh, that’s so her” with the slightest smile on her face, I know I’ve given them something special. When I shoot portraits of family and guests, I hope that they’ll feel amazing when they see themselves in print. To deliver such emotion is a gift for me, and if I’m doing my job right, it’s a gift to my clients, as well. 


What I want for my clients is to bring every moment to life, to shape the story of their special day through my lens. I hope I can do exactly that for you.

Do It Yourself Mustaches On a Stick – A Fun Wedding Party Prop

In the spirit of Halloween, one of my favorite holidays because I LOVE dressing up, today’s post is about my latest craft project. I wanted to do something fun for bridal party photos in October and after the mustaches/unibrows were such a hit in Mexico, I decided to make my own. Sometimes a girl just needs an excuse to get to Michael’s, I could spend hours there! I picked up some craft sticks, glue dots, fabric scissors and some fun felt.
I was able to find the best template here. I love the different color inspiration!They are the perfect size, of course I had to try it on ;)Yolanda’s bridesmaid’s wore them best and they coined the phrase “mustache face”.
One thing I learned is that you need a glue gun SO now that I own one, I must figure out my next craft project. Bow ties on a stick or fun hats perhaps?

by Emily

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Becky - How freakin' adorable!! You are so creative Em =)October 30, 2010 - 1:54 pm

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